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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



AUG 87 1968 
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 





This book is due on the last date stamped 
below unless recalled sooner. It may be 
renewed only once and must be brought to 
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PROLOGUE 



This is your 1968 Yackety 
Yack, to cherish and to keep. 
It is an honest attempt to cap- 
ture, in prose and in pictures, 
the few years you have spent at 
the University of North Caro- 
Hna. At the same time it will 
explore the attitudes of your 
fellow students and the moods 
which affect them in the envi- 
ronment of Chapel Hill and the 
University — the exhilarations, 
the depressions, the loves, the 
apathy. 

We trust that you, the reader, 
will find the Yack a mirror, in 
some small way, of your own 
experience at this school. Hope- 
fully it will even teach you 
something about yourself as an 
individual. If not, we have 
failed. 

Failure to communicate is 
not forge tfulness, however. You 
can surely take solace in the 
fact if in no' other, that your 
picture appears at least once in 
this book. And even if it does 
not, the resultant sense of 
loss or alienation is perhaps 
what the 1968 Yackety Yack is 
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THE YEARBOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF 



VOLUME 78 • 1968 



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NIORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 




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TABLE OF ^ 

CONTENTS 



Academics 


66 


Seniors 


76 


Colleges 


130 


Off-Campus 


220 


Athletics 


228 


Greeks 


270 


Fraternities 


292 


Professional 




Fraternities 


363 


Honoraries 


378 


Beauties 


400 


Organizations 


418 


Fine Arts 


462 


Professional 




Schools 


478 


Senior Honors 


500 





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In all its expanse of old and new, I felt 
the University of North Carolina was a 
good place to further my high school as- 
pirations to grandeur and social and in- 
tellectual attainment. The vitality of na- 
ture lived by the side of the man-made 
and created an environment stimulating 
to the growth and challenge of my four 
year stint. Anyway, that's idealistically 
the way I felt in 1964. An overview of 
life in Chapel Hill during my years here 
will constitute the subject matter of the 
Yack's introduction. 

Almost immediately 1 was awed by 
the sprawling newness of so many of 
the buildings. They were architecturally 
functional, and some even won prizes 
for design, but they left me cold. And 1 
found it hard to make friends in these 
sterile surroundings. It seemed as if ev- 
eryone was but an anxiously waiting 
face in front of the mailbox, or a room 
number in Craige dormitory. Even my 
suite-mates were virtual strangers. 



UNC has various antidotes to loneli- 
ness, however. I searched for something 
to do in my spare time — and became a 
joiner. A campus political party was 
graced by my presence for half a semes- 
ter, while the Tempo Room proved to be 
a daily retreat from the outside world. A 
budding residence college program in- 
terested me for awhile but it did not rise 
above the level of the politicking found 
in a party convention. The only time 1 
really felt part of the whole was when 
screaming, "Give 'em Hell, Heels!" E\- 
eryone was bound to me by the electric 
cheerleader and for brief moments I 
was not alone. This group empathy 
came but once a week though, and the 
screaming was as much out of frustra- 
tion as of school spirit. 




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I even wondered sometimes if 
being aloof was such a bad thing. 
Many people actually seemed to 
enjoy a type of personal freedom 
when alone. I envied them and 
turned to reading in an attempt to 
emulate them. I remember going 
through two novels a day one soli- 
tary week in October. This was ex- 
citing and gave me a feeling of ac- 
complishment, but characters in a 
book are only fictional. I craved a 
group of real friends, or at least one 
jolly, brown-eyed lover of a girl who 
could be mine and not simply an 
unapproachable campus queen, 
seen from afar and on display to all. 




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Everything turned into transient 
happiness when I discovered that 
the ABC store didn't care how old I 
was and that Kenan stadium degen- 
erated to the orgy level on football 
weekends. There were other excit- 
ing times which rallied the students 
together — not in terms of physical 
quantity and presence but hopefully 
at least in a collective of minds: the 
activists on campus treated these as 
their personal "causes" and cru- 
sades. There have been a few over 
the years — the Speaker Ban and the 
resultant Free Speech Movement, 
Women's Rules, the Goodykoontz 
and Paull controversies. 



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Whatever steered me towards relevant ac- 
tion in those freshman years was tinged with a 
new reahty upon going through rush and pledg- 
ing a fraternity. The other side of the campus 
opened its doors and immediately informed me 
that having fun should be one's sole purpose in 
life. While seeing friends every day. talking to 
them, and studying with them, the campus took 
on a brighter, more colorful hue through my 
road-mapped eyes. Especially at five in the 
morning on a spring day, the headache and 
pass out of the night before all gone. 




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There was group activity for me now, 
gosh, Greek Week and the Campus 
Chest Carnival, wow! The girls were 
more abundant and more available dur- 
ing these days, even though the admin- 
istration still did not accept liberal arts 
freshman women. They were a new- 
found luxury which I almost found use- 
less. Just as girls were a novelty, so was 
the fraternity-sorority bag disturbing in 
its complete opposition to dorm life. Re- 
gimentation and increased responsibili- 
ty budgeted my time more stringently. I 
welcomed this change from the previ- 
ous vegetation in the impersonal dormi- 
tory. In a way, I was glad having some- 
body tell me what to do. 



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UNC was friendly then, as was the wom- 
en's campus at Greensboro. I basked in a 
life which fascinated me with its silent, des- 
erted snows changing into the renewal of 
scent-filled dogwood days. The afternoons 
of rugby or lacrosse left me with a fighter's 
edge of tenseness though, which contrasted 
with an otherwise peaceful time. In general, 
1 began to see life less in terms of definitive 
absolutes but as a jumble of motley circum- 
stances and people. The choices to be made 
were more difficult but still not dependent 
on a formulated ethical system. I usually 
chose the easiest or most pleasurable alter- 
native to any situation. 



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The placid entertainment of an art 
show could replace the fury of big 
time sports. Even when the teams 
were winning, I threw out the cult of 
the athletic super-star. This is one of 
the few choices I made which I have 
stuck to ever since. 





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Instead of the group identity routine, 
I found Chapel Hill more alive in a flow- 
er lady on East Franklin Street, or when 
I took a colorful, if sometimes melan- 
choly, walk through the quiet woods 
surrounding the town. I think I was 
finally being struck by a seriousness 
during sophomore year which attacked 
the youthful and immature tendencies 
of the freshman. In retrospect, my 
values were changing, or at least the old 
ones being questioned. In all, I was 
searching for a permanence to replace 
the transitory nature of fads and most 
ideas. Little did I think at the time that 
this search for absolutes would be a 
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Eventually my harried graduate instructors gave way to 
real professors. If given a chance, they became people like 
anyone else, and on the whole, good, interesting men to 
talk with. At times their wisdom and scholarship were re- 
pulsive since I had so little, but I found that with practice 
most students can argue and discuss a point with a profes- 
sor and find a receptive listener in him. The opposite was 
true with the bureaucratic general college advisor. He did 
indirectly teach me, however, that any academic plans 
and goals I might have were to be set forth completely by 
myself. The G. C. advisor symbolized the system this Uni- 
versity has to live under, the State and its Trustees. 



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Just as in a lovers' embrace, the University is 
undeniably linked to the State government. But 
it often comes as a surprise to realize that the 
University and the students must wear the shoe 
the State picks from its rack. We are allowed to 
polish it, to shine it any color we please, but the 
shoe still belongs to the State. Sometimes a 
pinched toe or a tight fit must be unfortunately 
worn in relative silence. 

I was capable of forgetting the State- 
University relationship just as easily as I might 
he reminded of it, simply because a more im- 
mediate rapport with the Carolina coed was 
presented to me. And I started taking advan- 
tage of it — with a will. 



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I could not wax poetic over girls simply because there 
were variegated emotions running through me at once. 
They were delightful creatures, those nubile wenches, and 
distracted me from my every thought when they made me 
turn and fawn on them. They were contradictory, mad- 
dening, puzzling, and yet I could not do without them. The 
University was accepting more girls by junior year but 
there still seemed to be a dearth of femininity on campus. 
They were objects to be loved and cherished so that they 
would love in return. But their ambivalent nature could 
not help but come to the fore, and as always, especially 
when I encountered sex. It was in the aftermath of sexual 
encounter that girls were the most perplexing and in turn 
caused me to learn about myself, to dig and probe my 
mind for inner knowledge. 



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I have chain smoked many a pack of 
cigarettes, wondering who and what the 
hell I was, what possible purpose did 
this life hold. There were times of relax- 
ation and fun, with no cares or worries, 
when questioning had no place, and 
that is the way it should be. But always, 
I would return to the basic anxiety of 
the self. It would have been possible to 
find a mold to model myself after — to 
choose one of the all-time great person- 
alities and strive to emulate him. That 
was the easy way out, and by then I had 
less taste for dropping into the facile so- 
lution. More and more I realized that the 
role I must play had to be my own. In at- 
tempting to find one, I was certain that 
it would be a long and arduous search, 
but a necessary one. I had to work at it. 
even if the lack of results would leave 
me anguished and drawn by the hard 
task. 




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There were so many extraneous cir- 
cumstances to choose from in my explo- 
ration, and so many faces around me, 
each intent on his own problems, that 
again I was struck by the fact that I was 
alone. Trying to talk to friends, or my el- 
ders was little help in this decision- 
making experience. The little things in 
life cluttered everyday existence and 
precluded my reaching a viable manner 
of operation, one on which I could build 
a permanent base of thought. Deciding 
what to major in; should I study for to- 
morrow's quiz or go drink with the 
guys; is it worth it getting up for class 
today; is she good or is she a one-night 
stand; should I read the book or the out- 
line; were all questions that 1 had to 
meet everyday. And I was preoccupied 
with time. The weeks flew faster into 
years. 




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In the idealized world of Chapel Hill 1 found 
myself assuming a warped sense of values. By 
God, I knew I would take a one-night stand any 
day of the week - no questions asked. Religion 
was swept to the wayside, more or less. It was a 
pain waking up on Sunday morning, and even 
if I did, church was meaningless ritual which 
served nothing but a social function. Laziness 
became a habit. Escapist sleep, a way of life. 
Even art did not move me. Presumably univer- 
sal, painting and sculpture only mirrored a lim- 
ited and twisted view of reality which had no 
place for beauty and form but for visual shock. 
My auditory sense was assailed by the disso- 
nant vibrations of the psychedelic sixties. I was 
able to know nothing except that the long hand 
of my alarm clock or that of the bell tower, 
moved inexorably forward, still leaving me vir- 
tually purposeless and at loose ends with life. 

There seemed to be no answer to the quest 
for self-knowledge in the mundane atmosphere 
around me. I turned to experimentation in 
order to find what I was seeking. Following 
Norman Mailer's edict that drinking was a 
morally uplifting exercise, I became a quasi- 
alcoholic, at least on weekends. General abuse 
with stimulants or depressants was no answer. 
It was a period of frustration for me. 



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There were attempts to be genuine, to be a 
self-actualized individual. In a way, I was des- 
perate to find myself, whatever that means. A 
much-publicized Be-in evolved as a gigantic 
party of campus wide proportions. But certain- 
ly not for me. and I doubt for anyone else who 
was there, did the Be-in portray individuals as 
they really are. It, too. must have been an 
escape. 



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I had no desire to immerse myself in 
the precise world of science. It only pro- 
vided absolutes of a measurable and de- 
fined nature, which were no absolutes 
at all. The age of mechanization, yester- 
day symbolized by the automobile en- 
gine, today by computer technology, left 
me with the dry taste of fear cloying to 
my tongue. Not only could I eventually 
be out of a job at the push of a button, 
but my basically romantic nature 
cringed at the possibility of life pro- 
grammed to the tune of a minority of ex- 
perts and technocrats. Does the ma- 
chine allow for emotion? 



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Frustriited or not, I had no I'xcusc tor 
turning into the recluse I became. I did not 
want to talk to people and consequently 
people rapidly learned not to talk to me. In 
my enforced alienation, the nature which I 
had once found beautiful was completely 
lost. I was turned inward, selfish, opi- 
nionated, and capable of mouthing off on 
any subjects save those of real meaning. 
Rows of lonely seats were a h(^iven where I 
could stare at emptiness for hours, contem- 
plating everything and getting nowhere. 
There was no doubt that I was unhappy 
with my lot: but I found help in nothing but 
my own introspective stagnation. 



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I imagined myself in a perpetual 
state of ponderous musing much 
like Rodin's "The Thinker." Stal- 
wart and imperturable. I felt the 
weight of many problems resting on 
my shoulders. In view of the fact 
that most of these were only my own 
private fictions. I slowly began to 
stand tall once again and shed many 
of these illusory problems. There 
were also too many people arounil 
me still caught up in their sublime 
seriousness for me to remain in that 
camp. Instead, the avenue of the ri- 
diculous and the risible opened it- 
self and I set about finding ways of 
playing a role which would find 
favor in the eyes of my peer grouj). 
as well as my own. 



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There was reality in dramatical 
representation even if all the players 
were masked. This reality was 
pushed to its highest form on the 
stage, but yet there was an everyday 
drama for me, an act to put on for 
the audience. In rejecting serious 
things, 1 assumed the role of a semi- 
animalistic buffoon, a jaded liber- 
tine, quite like Falstaff I was told. I 
became the clown, in other words, 
and reveled in an act which caused 
people to laugh as much as I laughed 
,it myself. That was a good feeling at 
I he time. I felt accepted by my 
liiends and took up too many pre- 
cious moments expanding upon and 
repeating my ridiculous buffoonery 
to worry about the quest for self- 
knowledge. 




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Being on stage, figuratively speaking, was 
strenuous work, however. It demanded a 
complete attention to minute detail and a 
dedication to one's external image, which 
grew boring. I did not see how the profes- 
sional entertainers maintained their inces- 
sant front, with a happy smile or an elec- 
trifying song. Most of them could please the 
crowd but I wondered when they ever 
found time to be really themselves. I sup- 
posed that success had made the stage a 
way of life for many of them. But at times I 
noticed the strained look of a belly dancer 
or the sweaty tiredness of a cheap combo 
and knew that I could no longer play the 
role demanded. 

I threw my lever into reverse and 
wheeled right back to where I had original- 
ly started — to the period of questioning and 
anxiety, to the bear-like hibernation. 1 went 
through numerous such changes, many 
times so rapidly that I would be a different 
individual at night than in the day. It was a 
schizoid way of life. 





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I am a senior now and not much has 
changed. Life follows along in a series of 
troughs and crests, almost exactly like 
the preceding three years. There is so 
much activity going on for me that the 
trauma of a perpetual search is left be- 
hind. The questioning still remains 
within me but it does not affect me no- 
iceably. Instead I take part in the usual 
humdrum activities that every other 
student undergoes. Everything points to 
the fact of my ability in leading a double 
life of outward normalcy and inner 
complexity. This duality is not a bother 
as it used to be; but rather an accepted 
mode of existence. 



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I feel this relative calm of the last year 
at Carolina is symptomatic of the gener- 
al growth and change I have exper- 
ienced. I have lost much idealistic exub- 
erance and replaced it with what I think 
is a measured tread of maturity. It will 
seem presumptuous of me to feel so 
confident in my maturity, but it is only 
of a qualified sort. I do not believe that 
the maturation process has ended for 
me. At the same time I do think that I 
have now realized a stable and 
workable mode of thought with which 
to guide my life. 1 am attracted to a sys- 
tem called "situation ethics" in which 
decisions are made depending on par- 
ticular circumstances and from an ideal 
of brotherly love, or agape. Colloquially 
speaking, 1 play everything by ear. 



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Coming out of the dark winter of the past to the spring of 
the Arboretum or that of new hbraries and student unions 
there is ample time for reflection. In fact, the cycle of the 
seasons and the continual growth of the University mirror 
my own development. I think it to be one which has by- 
passed in the main any attempts at serious scholarship. In- 
stead I conclude that my education is a spiral continuum 
of chance relationships with other students that affects me 
in cither a negative or positive sense. My classes are but 
exercises in discipline. Any creativity I display comes as a 
result of emotional reaction to people and occurrences. 
This idea of education will greatly differ from the impres- 
sion that the University should be a fountain of scholar- 
ship, or a state-run degree mill preparing its students for a 
practical trade in future life. I have not become a scholar 
(nor a Carolina gentleman), nor a CPA. But 1 positively feel 
that my four years association with the University has left 
me with a mind open to new ideas, a questioning and skep- 
tical optimism, and the ability to face the future. 



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Life in Chapel Hill is often replete 
with the trite, the cliched, and the chil- 
dish. I cannot buy that act, and I feel 
sorry for those people who only know 
that aspect of existence. But I will at- 
tempt to universalize, in the closing mo- 
ments of this introduction, the body of 
my private thought for all readers. 

I feel that no matter how fun-loving 
or ridiculous one is. he or she must oc- 
casionally take time out for serious 
reflection. We must all face the black 
robes of graduation with a view which 
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I feel we must all be aware of our indivi- 
duality and strive to find an identity. With- 
in this framework there is ample room for 
controversy and divergence. 

I will soon be a graduate of the University 
of North Carolina. I know that I have been 
indelibly formed by the Southern atmo- 
sphere of the campus, by the twentieth cen- 
tury American consciousness, and by the 
solid growth of a community which reflects 
today's accelerating pace. I am concerned 
but not scared by the dark outlook of Viet- 
nam. And I anticipate the question of my 
future with anxious optimism. 

For these reasons I think all readers 
should be able to relate to this introduction 
to a book intimately concerned with the 
Student's Lot at Carolina. If they still find it 
impossible to do after a careful reading of 
these first sixty-five pages, let them write 
their own and learn about themselves by 
contrasting my views with their contrary 
visions. 

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WILLIAM C. 
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Few students realize where the ConsoHdated 
University offices are, across from the Planetarium 
parking lot; I certainly did not until I looked on a 
map. This is perhaps due to the greater amount of 
press coverage afforded South Building in the local 
and state news. But get an interview with WIL- 
LIAM C. FRIDAY, President of the University of 
North Carolina, and the narrow perspective imme- 
diately changes. The people who work with him in 
the CU office do not look like professors. They 
have the toughened air of big business consultants 
and lawyers. The secretaries are professionals, cer- 
tainly not student wives. There is a hum of efficient 
urgency running throughout the building, rather 
un-Chapel Hillian. 

I felt the interview started strangely. The Presi- 
dent asked all the questions and knew all about me 
and my hometown within five minutes. It was only 
when he drew a pencil out of the immaculately 
neat desk and used it to drum his answers into my 
head that the interview really started. "During the 
last 10 years, this University has become a much 
bigger operation. We have a budget of nearly a 
quarter of a billion dollars, and a building program 
of 150 million. We have doubled the size of the 
UNC faculty, to the point where this is a national 
and international operation." 

Awesome as those figures may be, it was refresh- 
ing to learn that the University of North Carolina 
will remain the smallest of the major state universi- 
ties in the nation. And that the need for higher edu- 

nademics 



cation will be served by an increasingly complete 
system of community colleges, complementing the 
four campuses now within the university wide 
context. When 51% of the money for all this comes 
from the state, the President must look elsewhere 
for the rest. "I think we will eventually see some 
universities receiving basic and unrestricted grants 
from the federal government. The State regulations 
are perhaps too stringent here. But the federal 
government has got to do more." 

President Friday's biography reads as a succes- 
sion of various national councils set up by the Pres- 
ident of the United States, and he will continue to 
act in this capacity as long as he can. He has recent- 
ly been appointed to a yet unnamed special com- 
mission of Lyndon Johnson's. He is a licensed law- 
yer who has avowedly never tried a case, but the 
fact that he has been on the job for over ten years 
now attests to the continuity and national emi- 
nence which this man's leadership provides to the 
University of North Carolina. 

From his final words, it is easy to tell that he 
looks upon Carolina's progress in a rather optimis- 
tic light. "What has been done by the faculty and 
students here is a remarkable and significant 
achievement." Under his direction, and with a stu- 
dent body which he terms "the most serious mind- 
ed and personally committed of any in the recent 
generations," this university can count on a contin- 
ued growth in prestige and stature. 



The office in the southeast corner of the first 
floor of South Building is a large and airy one. A 
small man stands behind his desk, rearranging the 
numerous piles of letters and memos. In fact, he 
smiles and apologizes for the apparent disorder. 
"You see, I spend quite a lot of time answering cor- 
respondence," he says. The couch, the dark com- 
fortable leather arm chairs, and the busy desk 
would seem to represent what I imagine a typical 
chancellor's office should be. But the warm, south- 
ern accent of JOSEPH CARLYLE S/TTERSON 
transforms the room into one filled with a unique, 
humane personality. 

I've got my questions all ready to ask during the 
interview, most of them I hope serious and topical. 
The Chancellor's reaction to the barrage is enlight- 
ening. It is as if he really enjoyed answering all the 
questions, not only very competently, but more 
than pleased to have an eager ear to take it all 
down. "There was once a chancellor who wanted 
his own newspaper to set forth his personal point 
of view." Eventually, the whole interview becomes 
a dialogue on the problem of communication. The 
furious editorial pen of the Daily Tar Heel is dis- 
cussed. And as the man at the top. Chancellor Sit- 
terson has to maintain his feelers to all levels of the 
State and University. This includes the Ycickety 
Yack. 

He smiles softly at the mention of the Legislature 
and defines his position "as one of continually in- 



terpreting the role of the public university within 
the context of the society it works for. The process 
is time consuming, but rewarding, especially if 
reasonably effective communication can be main- 
tained." 

I'll bet you didn't know thai Lyle, as he has been 
nicknamed from birth, only found time to hunt six 
times last semester. "I wish I could do more, but I 
have to get most of my exercise walking," he ex- 
plains wistfully. He also manages to teach and 
enjoy one history class each semester to keep in 
touch with the students. Even with his numerous 
administrative duties, he will never give up teach- 
ing and plans to continue to find compensation at 
both jobs. 

1 really feel at ease during the interview. The 
Chancellor's office is certainly no ivory tower, 
completely removed from the rest of the world. 
And Dr. Sitterson's views on the size of the univer- 
sity, deferred fraternity rush, and the absence of a 
campus drug problem mirror my growing percep- 
tion of his vast fund of knowledge and informa- 
tion. He even strikes an optimistic note for better 
interaction of men and women in Residence Col- 
leges. 

In all, he is a good representative of what he calls 
"this residential cosmopolitan university." His 
final words, "It's certainly not dull: it's an inter- 
esting world," go beautifully with his parting 
wave. Sic Semper Populo, Sitterson. 




J. CARLYLE SITTERSON 



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FACULTY 



SAMUEL F. WELLS, JR., Assistant Professor of History, in- 
forms us that the rough hewn individual appeals to him. especial- 
ly after he spent what was then a fruitful three year interlude in 
the Marine Corps. A native of Reidsville, North Carolina, he was 
an undergraduate here and returned home after doctoral and 
teaching experience at Harvard and Wellesley. Dr. Gallacher will 
attest to the efficiency of this man, especially on the handball 
court. And even though our talk started late, the impression con- 
veyed by Dr. Wells is best seen from his own words. 

"1 am, by and large, satisfied here, while the students are more 
intellectual than in the 1950's. but there is room for improvement. 
The attractive thing is that the student has a good background but 
has gone no further — he is not broadly read. His mind is OK. but 
he is culturally undernourished. This could be disappointing, but 
instead challenges me to do what 1 want with him: assist him in 
making great strides in learning. In all there is a less frenetic intel- 
lectuality here than at Harvard, say." 

"History shouldn't tell us how to solve problems, but it is rele- 
vant in a non-problem solving sort of way. It vicariously broad- 
ens your experience and you can understand after studying histo- 
ry" 

"We have gotten seriously over-extended in Vietnam for the 
wrong reasons. Our President's concern with his position in his- 
tory, his compulsion to carve his own niche, and his quest for im- 
mortality mean that de-escalation would for him equal defeat - 
so he won't change. It will be interesting to see how Kennedy 
does." 





This strong, sensitive woman is representative of a rapidly 
growing field of study at the University, the creative writing 
branch of the English department. She commutes from Sanford. 
N.C. for her classes and benefits as a writer not only from her stu- 
dents but from the relative freedom this distance gives her. As she 
sweeps her hand through the air. "If anything goes wrong here, I 
go home, baby!" And more seriously, "College students are excit- 
ing, smart and humorous. Along with the other writing teachers 
here, they make me think more; they sharpen my editing and it all 
falls into perspecliv iv" 

As much as DORIS BETTS learns from the classroom, she is 
also able to impart to her students many of the rules and ideas of 
writing which she has applied to herself. The fact that a story 
turned into her will come back with as much editorial comment 
and criticism as the length of the story itself shows the dedication 
she puts into editing. If anyone can do it, she is the one who will 
bring a fledgling writer's style up to a somewhat professional pol- 
ish. And also give him or her enough confidence to lay a story on 
the line for publication, no matter how closed and cliquish the 
Chapel Hill writing market might seem to be. 

In all. students cannot help but benefit from working with 
Doris. She is no phony and minces no words: "Oh hell, I hate the 
preliminary, social chit-chat of a cocktail party. I'd rather talk to 
one person at a time about something interesting." She is, above 
all, a writer, and sets the example for those who will be lucky 
inough and forceful enough to go beyond English 34F: "I wrote 
my first novel during my lunch break when I was a secretary, and 
It really did come out like a lunch-hour story." One novel, three 
children, and three books of short stories later, Doris is hoping to 
finish a new novel in the near future. Getting her as a teacher is as 
worthwhile as the rewarding effort she puts into the job. The 
writing department and student body would lose nuich by mil 
having her around. 



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PATRICK GALLAGHER . assistani professor of English, was 
looking forward to a St. Patricl<'s Day celebration of gigantic 
proportions with undisguised glee the last time I saw him. His 
face had assumed the same ruddy glow of anticipation and vitali- 
ty which he sets forth when teaching his Chaucer class. In fact, 
his vested interest in the medieval is quite on a par with his ideas 
of social recreation — witness the following statements. 

"I got interested in Chaucer by taking a course taught by a UNC 
graduate, and by observing the similarities between ancient Irish 
literature and primitive myths on the one hand, and the works of 
Eliot. Freud. Jung, and the early Yeats on the other. The middle 
ages came to a new light for me after reading these authors."' 

"For an Irishman, a drink is a metaphysical experience. We 
have great drinking songs, not only because we like to sing, but 
because there is a Camus sense of revolution tied into them. It's 
.ilso good practice in sounds of eighteenth century English." 

In all he brings a sense of scholarly tradition and criticism to 
his students which most undergraduates will never receive. For 
the intelligent student willing to learn, he will find a receptive 
teacher even if the technique of getting good test grades has not 
been mastered. The amount of personal contact still possible be- 
tween students and faculty at UNC makes an association with 
this man not only worthwhile on the social level. ("1 think cock- 
tail parties for the faculty are great!"') but also on the educative. 
{'"Medieval literature is fascinating in terms of the tradition and 
continuity it lends to most aspects of modern literature.") Office 
hours, two to three o'clock Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 305 
Bingham. 



WILLIAM KOCH can always be found in the "somewhat pure 
culture room, " 306 Coker Hall. A sign on the door says: "DON'T 
KNOCK. PLEASE COME IN." but everyone knocks anyway. 
They feel safer that way because they know they are entering the 
den of an aquatic fungi specialist, a real crazy man. 

"Sir. people tell me you are crazy. Why?"" 

"Well, Vm not really, it"s just that some people happen to think 
that way. Tm working with guppies now - had to eliminate the 
snails. But they were so damn sexy."" 

'"Could you please expand on your views?"" 

"1 had a hard time speaking as a child, so that now 1 love to talk. 
But bad attempts at formal lecturing are a bore, you know what 1 
mean? So I try to reach the truth in botany through abstractions: 
everything, art. sculpture, gets jumbled in to make my point. 1 call 
this a "shock'" technique, and it's pretty effective. But 1 try not to 
be cruel or insulting - 1 sometimes have to hold back. In the end. 
you have to be a dynamic lecturer to shake up some of these 
freshmen."" 

"'Is there anything else you would like to speak about. Vietnam 
perhaps?"" 

""I can't complain of the fact that we're there, but of the way we 
are operating there. This war. 1 believe, is close to inevitable. 
Much like the inevitability of long skirts and flat chests coming 
back in reaction to mini-skirts." 

"Won't this leave a lot of good stuff up to the imagination?" 

"No. I would hate it. Don't put this in the interview, but 1 ha- 
ven't seen enough yet . . . I'm a sex-starved old man." 

We both laugh at this and if there were time and space, there 
would be two hours more of good copy. From his hobby of land- 
scape gardening to the Experimental College, to the fast moving 
town of Chapel Hill, to women's rules, to the rat-race of grading. 
Dr. Koch can speak about anything. He worries about going too 
far one way or the other in his conversation but at least he's on 
the right track. ""To interact, we must verbalize."" 




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This perpetually laughing, congenial eleclronic wizard of a 
man continues to wave his glasses in a crazy manner. They come 
close to hitting the fluorescent lamp which hangs over his clut- 
tered desk, but he is really too relaxed to make such a faux-pas. 
After all. he is the head of Photographic Laboratory inSwain Hall 
and even though there are good boys down there, they don't 
know all the answers. So they come to ROSS SCROGGS. "This 
damn strobe wont work!" "That's OK. Harry, somebody put it to- 
gether, so 1 can probably undo it and see where the thing went 
wrong." His informality carries over to the classroom where he 
knocks down the straw men of photography and electronics. He 
knows the students need to feel the professor is another human 
lieing: and he remembers as tyrants some of his professors as an 
undergraduate here in Chemistry. 

His admiration for the University and his dislike of Northern 
snows caused him to return here after a brilliant period of re- 
search for the Kodak company m Rochester. New York. We are 
lucky to have a man of such competence with us: "I am bothered 
by people who think photography is trivial. For the flash cube 
and Brownie user. OK. But the truth is that it is a serious and re- 
warding profession, whether in the scieiitific. artistic, or journal- 
istic fields." Ross Scroggs. you're OK. 



VASA D. MIHALOVICH brings his own individualistic brand 
of the Yugoslav mentality to the Slavic department at the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. He came to this country in 1951 via Italy 
and Germany, disenchanted with the Communist regime, and 
finding his aspirations to become a writer rather stifled. A gradu- 
ate of Wayne State and U.C. Berkeley, he landed in Chapel Hill in 
1961. Since then he has coupled his own serious meticulousness 
with the speed and excitement of the brand new Russian enclave 
on the third and fourth floors of Dey Hall. As he carefully combs 
his hair for the picture, he explains that his favorite hobby is gar- 
dening and that "Chapel Hill is a beautiful little town. As a mod- 
erate, liberal university. UNC is an oasis in North Carolina. But 
what 1 like most of all is that I came in on the ground floor of a 
new department. In four years, we have created a doctoral pro- 
gram. But it is still small enough for me to study and research; this 
is propitious for me. even though the emphasis here is on teach- 
ing."" 

He feels that the growing interest in Russian and Soviet affairs 
will continue to thrive, especially as the Russian contribution to 
science becomes more widely known and the "bugaboo"' of the 
difficulty of the language disappears. "Students have to get away 
from the notion that Russian is too difficult: it"s really not much 
harder than German. " 

To conclude: Vasa Mihailovich is a student-oriented teacher. 
His varied background lends a spice to his classes which not only 
proves beneficial to all concerned. But it generates the same kind 
of enthusiasm with which he approaches a soccer game, in fact 
any type of sporting event. 




72 Academics 



ROBERT RUPEN. Professor of Political Science, is excited 
about the UNC Polisci department. He feels that it is high on the 
uprise, that the large influx of young new people coupled with 
many new techniques dealing with the behavioral aspect of his 
discipline are making for a superior department here. It makes 
the difference for him professionally and in terms of teaching and 
research. 

The obvious enthusiasm he radiates for his specialty. Soviet 
Russia and the Communist bloc, can best be seen when he teach- 
es Polisci 55. the introductory course in Soviet Government. 
Where you were used to sleep during lectures you now take five 
pages of notes. And you even do the reading on time. 

In light of this vitality, it is harder to understand the shy reti- 
cence of this professor in a person to person interview. f-Ie an- 
swers the questions directly and to the point. But is unwilling to 
flow and let loose with a torrent of associative verbosity as most 
teachers are wont to do. "I like it here in Chapel Hill - no com- 
muting. It's not too Southern." 

We should probably be content with the precision and knowl- 
edge with which he approaches the convergence theory of the 
United States and Russia, It doesn't really matter what small talk 
he can come up with, because as a teacher, his efficiency and 
willing ease in imparting such knowledge to the student is admi- 
rable. 





The live wire of Dey Hall, this man. A martinet strutting down 
the path to the Pine Room, arms aflying, he waves. "Hello, Rupert; 
bonjour, Claude." And inwardly he must think, thank God, 1 still 
have time for my coffee break! A very busy man. a constantly in- 
terrupted man. even in his love life, but one who finds time to 
hold court in his office every afternoon from two to five. Even the 
lowly Yackuty Yack interviewer can sandwich himself amiably 
between four urgent phone calls and three colleagues bursting in 
to discuss Romance Notes or new office space. 

A complex personality emerges in that brief forty-five minutes. 
A member of the landed people of Franklin. Georgia, tempered by 
Emory. Middlebury. and a Fulbright at La Sorbonne in 1953, he 
strikes his histrionic, super-serious, stare-at-the-ceiling pose and 
digresses on woman's role in contemporary society. It is but a 
brief interruption, however. He returns to his favorite, seven- 
teenth century French literature. "1 like the seventeenth because 
it was a period of order. The people knew what they had to do. 
and did it without regret. What an admirable philosophy!" 

On to new topics. Birth Control: "Why can't people make love 
without having kids? They say it's no good, but . . ." Publish or 
Perish: "Anyone actively engaged in teaching has a psychological 
need to publish; 1 enjoy the competition." The University: "We 
cannot afford to confuse quantity with quality." Residence Col- 
leges: "Face it. today they are not very attractive places to live in." 

And so it continues, running the gamut from Cornelian drama, 
to fraternities at UNC. Associate Professor of French GEORGE 
DANIEL leaves this interviewer limp with a surplus of informa- 
tion as he ends with one more happily and mildly sarcastic laugh. 



Academics 73 



It seems as if all the professors interviewed in this faculty sec- 
tion tend either towards the sciences or the humanities. SALLY 
SEDELOW. however, bridges the gap in a unique way at Caro- 
lina. The fact that her work sets her apart from the straight math 
or Spanish professor on the one hand, does not mean that she has 
nothing in common with all of them on the other. For she has the 
ability to laugh, and a great, beautiful, all-encompassing laugh it 
is. This perhaps typifies what every teacher needs, a sense of 
humor. 

Who would have thought that as a Ph.D. in English Literature 
from Iowa. Mt. Holyoke. and Bryn Mawr she would find herself 
by accident working with computers in a California think tank, 
the Systems Development Corporation? The apparent incongru- 
ity of blending these two disciplines is overwhelming. But here 
she is, teaching a Milton course and one in Information Science, 
and at the same time searching for thematic patterns in Hamlet 
through the use of a computer program. The mind boggles at the 
thought of this computational stylistics. 

Perhaps she sounds a bit too much like an IBM advertisement, 
but the obvious sincerity and interest she throws into this new 
technology suggests some grain of truth. "We are less and less 
able to behave like human beings, so let the machine do the dog 
work. To be human and creative, we need the computer! The 
humanities owe it to themsehes to learn about this!" 

This field is gaining acceptance, witness the fact that she is one 
of three editors of a new journal. Computer Studies in The 
Humanities and Verba/ Behavior. And if you're still sceptical, as 
I might be. go talk to Mrs. Sedelow. or at least grant the fact that 
computers and their relation to the humanities is one subject 
which certainly cannot be laughed away to oblivion. 





The extremely quiet young man sitting at the long table with all 
the blue books in front of him seemed to look down the whole 
time. Or maybe it was that his glasses were falling off. in this 
dark, recessed room of Alumni Hall. JAMES PEACOCK, howev- 
er, changed this initial impression of quiet unexcitement into an 
informative dialogue on various subjects in about ten minutes. 

Born in Montgomery. Alabama, he comments on George Walla- 
ce's candidacy for the presidency: "He is interesting for the an- 
thropologist. His cleverness of rhetoric coupled with provincial- 
ity and an appeal to negative scapegoatism makes him the lone 
campaigner that must be contended with. You can't help but no- 
tice him, even if you detest his views." On anthropology: "You 
have to get your mind and hands dirty in anthropology. You have 
to have a gut experience. Like when I lived in a shanty town in 
Surbaya: at the time it was the headquarters of Indonesian com- 
munism. But after the gut comes dissection and analysis. I have 
written a book about it." On why he chose to return to North Car- 
olina: "The South has much wrong with it but it can also have 
much to love in it. It's the area with the most potential, not be- 
cause it has further to go. but because it has more tradition, pol- 
iteness, and honor than in some sort of efficiency set up. Its co- 
herent sets and symbols make it more suited to culture and the 
arts than to strict efficiency. And my students are exciting and 
stimulating here; they are less predictable than at Princeton." 

Basically. Dr. Peacock brings a touch of psychology and sociol- 
ogy to his already anthropological approach. This interdiscipli- 
nary manner is refreshing in times which too often dwell on the 
speciality. 



74 Academics 




Since JOHN B. ADAMS, Professor of Journalism teaches a 
course in press law and specifically told me to show him this 
copy before it was printed, in case of libel, I've really got to watch 
out. No nasty, snide, and sarcastic comments allowed this time! 

But for a ponderous, heavy-set man. I don't see how he can lec- 
ture with one foot on top of the desk the whole time, without a 
cramp or at least switching to his left foot every so often. But 
that's the way it goes. Poised and prepared, he delivers lectures 
that seem to go in about fifteen minutes. His course in interna- 
tional communications, which is cross-listed under polisci, jour- 
nalism, and RTVMP, evolves and free-wheels its way across a 
broad spectrum of topics and interests. It is only limited by the 
apathy of a student or the non-availability of books in the reserve 
reading room. 

Dr. Adams' articulate manner in the classroom carries over to 
the interview. Jabbing the air with a solid finger, or citing the lat- 
est development in the communications field, his point is driven 
home to the listener's mind in an indelible pattern. (At least for an 
hour or two.) For example, he defines the professor's role at the 
university: "We have a tri-partite function — to teach, to do re- 
search, and to serve, both the slate and the students." Easy as one, 
two, three. 

And as easy as this attempt in media self censorship. The first 
thing John Adams did during the interview was lo move a life- 
sized picture of a sexy girl in a bikini out of the photographer's 
way. 'The fact that she was advertising a camera and that her 
navel was erased from the photograph was a tongue-in-cheek ex- 
ample of the responsibility and self censorship used by the adver- 
tiser. Here's hoping that the navel of this interview is erased, sir! 
But that somehow its winking left eye got by unnoticed. For we 
know there is much more inside you than just a journalism pro- 
fessor — a human being, a man. 



The editor told me, "Go do somebody in the BA or Econ depart- 
ments; they're pretty big and important, so you better not leave 
them out." OK, Jeff, OK, I found my man. I'll have to admit it was 
almost by accident thai I latched on lo him. Pick a door, any of- 
fice in O. Max Gardner Hall, and what do you know? An econo- 
mist pops up. like out of a bomb hatch -ALFRED J. FIELD, JR.a 
dapper, personable young professor came to us from Iowa State 
University last January. His double breasted, stylish sport coat is 
impeccably cut and buttoned; and his vim and vigor mop of 
blonde hair would lead me to think of him as prime material for 
Playboy or Esquire ads. 

He is an economics professor, however, and tries to drum into 
my definitely non-economic skull what the deal is all about. "Ec- 
onomics is a strange subject; it puts you in a framework of deci- 
sion, where most analysis represents the maximization of some- 
thing, subject to constraint." I think what this means is that you 
figure out all the graphs, GNP, depreciations, etc., and structure 
your approach that way, always remembering that there are so- 
cial and sociological factors which are necessarily being left out 
at the same time. 

Frankly, I understand Dr. Field a whole lot better when the jar- 
gon is not flying at me. In fact, there is not that much of a genera- 
tion gap between us that his concern for the existential existence 
becomes irrelevant. "I think spending some time on the outside is 
necessary; I'd like the experience of going to an underdeveloped 
country. I have no locational preference right now . . . There are 
plenty of things to enjoy before settling down, and I'll probably 
decide it all in twenty years." Take it slow and easy. 




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THE GRADUATING 
SENIOR... 



Why is so much difficulty encountered in writing anything per- 
ceptive and coherent about a graduating senior class? Ideally, it 
should be a moving and relevant commentary. But what has our 
association with the University meant to us? What will it signify 
in the future? What immobilizes us? And why are we paralyzed 
for reasons we do not accurately comprehend? 

Faced with this impasse, we turn to an address given by Max 
Steele to the Alumni Arts Assembly on March 23. 1968. Although 
his comments are necessarily delivered from a creative writing 
teacher's point of view, and deal predominantly with the writing 
of his students, we feel thai they capture the essence of the gradu- 
ating senior. These excerpts from the speech, chosen more or less 
at random, represent the moving commentary we have been 
searching for. Not only are they relevant to the class of 1968. but 
they should also serve as an example for the upcoming classes. 

"I should like to tell you what, during the last two years, the 
students at the University of North Carolina have been telling me 
and to hazard a guess at the nature of the crises in which many of 
them are finding themselves in the late 1960s." (There follows 
here the description of four stories submitted to him.) 

"These are stories of isolation and of total passivity. These are 
cold stories: they are sometimes technically brilliant; and they 
lack compassion as we have known it. Yet in a new and strange 
way they have power and are moving and do give us a glimpse 
into a new generation. These stories do not have pity; they do 
have a hard core which makes me believe that they are written 
from a strong moral viewpoint. I believe that, at the moment, 
their authors as well as their characters may be almost paralyzed 
by the moral questions which face them and their nation, be it 
war on Asian soil or summer war on our streets." 

"I do not like to act as spokesman to a generation of writers 
who are in many ways foreign to me. but 1 like to hope that they 
will emerge from this passive, rather negative, trance-like state 
and become actively engaged in moral issues." 

"I do not know how a teacher, whose main duty is to listen, 
goes about giving his students the courage to take upon them- 
selves this moral burden. (But) I hope they will see that a commit- 
ment, even to one person, is enough to engage them in moral ac- 






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FRANK PORTER GRAHAM AWARDS 



The Yackety Yack is proud to present the win- 
ners of the 1968 Frank Porter Graham Awards. 
These are presented annually under the sponsor- 
ship of the Yack to those seniors who make a clear- 
ly outstanding contribution to the University com- 
munity. Recipients are selected by a committee of 
prominent juniors appointed by the editor of The 
Yackety Yack. Ultimate selection, however, is in 
the hands of the committee. Determinations are 
made on the basis of academic excellence (a mini- 
mum 3.0 average), campus participation and per- 
sonal character. The awards also serve to honor Dr. 
Frank Porter Graham, past President of the Uni- 
versity, U.S. Senator and special U.N. Mediator. In 
its insistence upon highest quality, the Yack hopes 
to keep the award truly meaningful and represent- 
ative of the greatness of Dr. Graham. 



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FRANK PARKER HUDSON, JR. , has made a signif- 
icant contribution to the residence college system 
as Governor of Morrison College. Hudson served 
as Academic Lt. Governor before being elected 
Governor last year. Majoring in economics and his- 
tory, he has served on the Men's Residence Council 
and Residence College Study Committee. He has 
also been honored by membership in the Order of 
the Grail, Society of Janus and Phi Eta Sigma. He 
was recently the winner of a prestigeous Marshall 
Scholarship. Hudson is from Atlanta, Georgia. 

DAVID HARRIS KIEL has been one of the persons 
to exercise the most influence over Student during 
the past four years. Serving this year as Presiden- 
tial Assistant to Bob Travis, Kiel was instrumental 
in obtaining a $2,550 grant for a Student Govern- 
ment leadership training program. His activities 
have included the Experimental College Coordi- 
nating Committee, the Chancellor's Advisory 
Committee on Teaching and Curriculum, Student 
Legislature and N.S.A. Delegate. A Morehead 
Scholar from High Point, Kiel has been honored by 
membership in Phi Beta Kappa, the Carolina Politi- 
cal Union, Order of the Golden Fleece and Order of 
the Grail. Majoring in political science, he is a 
member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity. 



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WILLIAM PROPST MILLER has brought both en- 
thusiasm and innate ability to everything he has 
done here. As Chairman of the Men's Honor Court, 
he has striven to improve the court system and 
make the Honor Code more meaningful and effec- 
tive. A Morehead Scholar, he is also a member of 
the Order of the Grail, Order of the Golden Fleece, 
Carolina Political Union, Phi Eta Sigma and Phi 
Beta Kappa. A member of Chi Psi social fraternity. 
Miller is double-majoring in English and Chemis- 
try. He will attend Harvard Medical School next 
fall. 

SHARON LEE ROSE has made a truly outstanding 
contribution as Chairman of the Women's Resi- 
dence Council. Her dedicated work has resulted in 
major reforms in women's rules, and will certainly 
put in motion changes in thinking which will result 
in future revisions. She has also served as Student 
Legislator, N.S.A. Delegate, and member of the 
Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Residence 
Colleges and Women's Honor Council. She is a 
member of the Valkyries, Order of the Old Well 
and Student National Education Association. Miss 
Rose is from Charlotte, and will receive her degree 
in elementary education. She plans graduate work 
for an M.A.T. degree at either Harvard or Berkeley. 




HO Academics 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Charles Silver, Treasurer, Robbie leach, Social Chairmen, Don Johnson, President, Judy White, Secretory, Bill Travis, Vice-Presidenf. 



ABERCROMBIE, RONALD FORD 
ABRAHAM, NAPOLEON FORDHAM 

A.B. jn English Chdjliil 

ACEE, JR.. J. MARSHALL 

A.a in English .Ashevi 

ADAMS, PHILIP WESLEY 

B.S. .n Business Adniinislraliun High Poi 

ADAMS. ROBERT CHARLES 

A.B, jn History .-\rlinglon, \ 



ADAMS, SARAH ELLEN 

A.B. in Anlhropology Li 

ADKINS, KARL 

A.B. in PoliCical Sc.i.nce 

ALBERT. CONRAD PRESTON 

A.B. in Hislorv V, 

ALDRICH. WALLACE NEEL 



ALLEN, DONNA DEE 

A.B in French and Physical Eiluialion Wendel 

ALLEN, DWIGHT WOODARD 

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ANDERSON, BRIAN JAMES 

B.S. In Business Administraliiin Cu 

ANDERSON, EUGENE GIBSON 

B S III Pharmacy 

ANDERSON, JR., MALCOLM 
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ANDREWS, EVELYN GRIMSLEY 

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ANGELL, CHARLES MARSHALL 

B.S. in Malhemalics Miai 

ANGELL, III, MONROVIE JONES 

B.S, In Business Administration Sta 

APPEL, SHIRLEY FRANCES 

B.S, in Physical Therapy Richmii 

AREY, JR., ROBERT FRANCIS 

A.B, in Political Science Washinalo 



ARMOUR, BARRY SAMUEL 

A I) in Chemistry Philadelphia. Pa 

ARNOLD. PATRICK A, 

A.B, in Hislory Atlanla. Ga 

ASHLEY, JULIA JAREMENKO 

B,S. in Biology Education Roxhiirii 

ASHLEY. JR., STANLEY BYRON 

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BS in Mdlhemjtics 

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A B in Ei:imiiinii s I 

BARBER, SUSAN LEE 
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BS in Arcouiiling Hoi k\ 

BARKET. KATHERINE WALKER 

AB in English C 

BARKLEY, BARBARA LAFERNEY 



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BARWICK. CHARLES KILLIAN 

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BEAL. ARCHIBALD YOUMANS 



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B..S In Industrial Relations 

BEASLEY, CORA ANN 

A.B. In Mathematics 



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A.1I in Kadi... Ii.lev.s.un. and M.it.cm P.ttur.js 

BEATON. BRUCE WYNNE 

BS in Business Administration 

BEATTY, DENNIS GOLD 

BS in Pharmacy Kmgt 

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B.S. in Physical Therapy N 

BEAVER, JEFFREY WINDSOR 

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B.S. in Chemistry Bcth.'sda. 

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BELO. GORDON LOUIS 

B.S. in Business Administration 



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BS in Business Adminislr.itmn O.ili Ki.l 

BENNETT, BARBARA STEVENSON 

B.S, in Medical Technology New U. 

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BOUTILLIER. SISTER ANGELA 

BS in Nursms Uijrl 

BOWDEN, EMILY REBECCA 

A B In EliTU-iilarv Educdliun G.lsK 

BOWERS, ROSLYN ANNE 

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BOWMAN, WILLIAM HAROLD 

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BOYETTE, RODNEY DICKINSON 

AB in Rusiiian Rjicish 

BOYKIN, THOMAS BROOKS 



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BS in BiLsinis^ .Admrnislralion 

BRADY, JANE HARRIS 

A.B- in An Hislorv 

BRADY, MARY ELLA 

A.I) in SocioloBV Charlc 

BRAMLETT, JAMES EVERETT 

AB in Radiu, Television, and Mulu.n I'k liins 

BRANAMAN, BEVERLY ANN 

A B in Religion 

BRANCH, FRANKLIN TAYLOR 

AB in Pohlical Science and Hislorv A 

BRANCH, JR., JAMES ARTHUR 

A B, in Political Scienci; and English Calc 



BRANSON, JR., ROY EDWARD 

BS in Chemistry Fori McClcll 

BRASWELL, WILLIAM EDWARD 

A B In Political Science WinstO] 

BRATCHER, SANDRA DEE 

BS. in Physical Therapy Bowling Gn 

BRAWLEY, MARY WALTON 

AB in History St, 

BRAXTON, AMOS DON 



BRAXTON, LAWRENCE SCOTT 

B.S in Business Adminislralion As 

BREARD, MICHAEL FBLTUS 

A.B, in Chemistry Moiir 

BRENEMAN, JAMES EDWARD 

B.S in Malhomatics Henders 

BRESLOW, KENNETH ALAN 

BS, in Business Administration 

Caparra Heights, Puerl 

BRETHEN. Ill, CHARLES A. 

B,S. in Business AdminisUalion Crosselie, 

BREWER, SUSAN WILKINS 

A.B. in Psychology Winston 

BREWSTER, DAVID ANDRE 

A.H. in Histnry and Psychology Norfu 

BRIDGFORD, JUNE ELLEN 

BS m Physical Therapy Cll 

BRILL, SUSAN AlYCE 

AB. in French New (Irlea 

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BRITT. lAMES LAURENT 

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BROOKE, MARTHA LOUISE 

A B ill I'svi h.jlogy Altanid, Ca 

BROOKRESON, [OE WADE 

AB in Cdhliidl Sii.iii..' Meadow brock. Pa 

BROOKS, KATHERINE MARY 



BROOKSHIRE. |R., DONALD 
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AB in Kcoiiomics 

BROWN. DONALD FLOYD 

B-S in Phjrmacv 

BRAUN, gAIL PATRICIA 
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BROWN, [ULIAN WINSTON 

BS .n Bimiiess Ailminislralion Mutfreesboro 

BROWN. LLEWELLYN G. 

AB 111 l'olilii..l Si ii-nie Charlolle 

BROWN. MOLLY BAKER 

A it 111 I ii^lisli Carbondale, [11. 

BROWN. |R.. THOMAS CREASMAN 

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A.B 111 English Edutalion Luiiksv.l 

BURCHETT. BRUCE MYATT 

A.B in Socioiogy Durli.ii 

BURNETTE, RICHARD LANE 

US in Ar.counhng Sw.innani 

BURROUGHS. LINDA KAREN 



BURTON, JAMES HUDSON 

A.B. in Polilical Science Wdrrentnn 

BURVVELL. MARGARET EUGENIA 

AD. in Educalion Henderson 

BUTLER, JERRY LEWIS 

BS. in Mstllcmalics Gnfton 

BUTLER. JR., RAYMOND GRANT 



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BYLER, DAVID MICHAEL 



BYNUM. JR.. WILLIAM LEWIS 
BYRD, lU, ROBERT BRYANT 

BS in Induslnal Relalmns Gr 

BYRUM, JOAN SADLER 

BS in Nucsins i 

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A.B. in Chemisin A 

CALDWELL, CHARLES BROWN 

B.S. in Mathemalics 



CALDWELL. EDWIN ALLEN 

A B in Secondary Educalion Chapel Hill 

CALDWELL III. MACK DENSON 

A.B. in Economics Charlotte 

CALDWELL, SALLY LERONDE 

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CALHOUN, ELIZABETH CARTER 

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CALLOWAY, SARA MARGARET 

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CAMPBELL, DONIVER DEAN 

A.B. in Journalism Eiizabellilown 

CAMPBELL, GREGORY PAUL 

BS. in Business Adniinislrjiion Bayunne, N.| 

CAMPBELL, JEFFREY LANN 



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CANGIAMILA, CARLA 

A.B in French Plantation, Fla. 

CANNADAY, KENNETH SIMMS 

A B in Hislory Charlotte 

GARDEN, SHEILA COLCLOUGH 

AB in English Durham 

CAREY, BROOKS 

AB. in Latin American Studies Hutchinson. Kans 

CARHART, DAVID HENRY 

BS. in Chemistry Annjndale. Va. 



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CARR, ELIZABETH MARGARET 

B.S in Nuniing Charlotte 

CARR. GARLAND EDWIN 

AB. in Riicrealiiin Administration Teachey 

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DIXON, JERIANNE ROLLINS 

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DODSON, THOMAS LEE 

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DOGGETT, LARRY CANTRELL 

B.S in Business Administration Henrietta 

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B.S. in B.irlpriology Ann Arbot. Mlt 

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B.S. in Business Administration Creensbc 

FRY. SANDRA POWELL 

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A-B. in Psychology Waynesville 

GAYLON. Ill, LUTHER ANDERSON 

B.S. 11) Business AdminisCration Knoxville. Tenn. 

GAMMON, III, GEORGE ROLAND 

B.S. in AccDunliDg Whitakere 

GARDNER, JOHN HENSDALE 

B-S. in Business Administration FaVBltevilIe 

GARDNER, TED WELLS 

A-B. in Chemistry Wtlliamston 



GARNER, RICHARD HARRIS 

A,B. in Economics Atlanta. Ga. 

GARNER. RICHARD LAMONT 

B S in Pharmacy Asheville 

GARRETT, MICHAEL CARLTON 

A-B. in Psychology Atlanta. Ga, 

GARRISON, JAMES DAVID 

AB. in English and Histor\' Statesville 

GATES, JOSEPH BRAXTON 

AB. m English Hillsboitjugh 



GATEWOOD. CHARLES WILLIAM 

BS. in Business Administration Asheville 

GATEWOOD. JR., THOMAS ELIJAH 

B-S. in Business .Administration Raleigh 

GATINS, JOSEPH FRANCIS 

AB. in English and French Atlanta. Ga. 

GATLIN. DORINDA JEAN 

B.S. in Nursing FranklinviUe 

GELBERMAN, SHERI GAYE 

A.B. in English Oak Ridge. Tenn. 



GELDER, ELEANOR DENNIS 

A-B in Psychology Asheville 

GENTRY, DONALD RAY 

B S in Business Administration Winston-Salem 

GEORGE, HUNTER THOMPSON 

A-B. in Joiirnalisni Greensboro 

GERAGHTY, KEVIN EDWARD 

A-B. in Psychology Raietgh 

GERARD, FREDRIC MICHAEL 

A.B. in Chemistry Massapequa. N.Y. 



GIBSON, CHARLES WARREN 

A-B in History New CasUe. Del. 

GIBSON, JONATHAN CARL 

A.B. in Sociology Chattanooga, Tenn. 

GIDLEY, DONALD FRANK 

B.S. in Mathemahcs Laurel Bay. S.C 

GILFILLAN, JR., CARLTON AUGUSTUS 

A.B. in Anthropology Gary 

GILKEY. JR., JOHN MILLARD 

B S. in Chemistry Marian 



GILLL\M, LARRY MAURICE 

B.S. in Business Administration Whiteville 

GILLIAM, LAWRENCE STANLEY 

AB in Studio Art Kannapolis 

GILMORE, PETER CLIFF 

BS in Mathematics Michigan City. Ind. 

GINGLES, JR., RALPH CORNELIUS 

B.S. in Business Administration Castonia 

GINSBERG. DAVID MARK 

A.B. in Economics Hudson. NY 



GLASSER, PAUL LYLE 

AB. in Chemistry Bradley Beach. N.]. 

GLEASON, WILLIAM MOORE 

AB, in EcoQomics Culver, Ind 

GLENN, LENETTE MARIE 

AB in Recreation Administration Polklon 

GOEPPER, EDWIN SAXBY 

AB. in Political Science Chajwl Hill 

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B.S. in Chemistry Salisbury 

GOOLEY, CHERYL A. 

B.S, in Dental Hygiene Wellesley Hills. Mass. 



GORDON, III, WILLIAM JONES 

A.B in English Fairbanks, Alaska 

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GRAHAM, ROGER EVANS 

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GRAHAM, THOMAS deGRAFFENRIED 

A B in Political Science Durham 

GRAUER, PETER THACHER 

A.B in English Gladwvne, Pa. 

GRAY, JAMES ROBERT 

as in Business Administration Wilkesboro 

GRAY, MICHAEL HASLAM 

AB in English Delano. Cal. 

GREENBERG, MARC M. 

BS in Industrial Relations Phillipsbuij. N.J. 



GREENBERG, NANCY RUSS 

B.S. in Nursing West Chester. Pa. 

GREENE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 

A.B. in Mathematics Education Trenton 

GREENE, MARY WEBB 

B.S. in Mathematics Beaufort. S.C. 

GREENFIELD, LOIS ANN 

B.S, in Nureing Pittsburgh. Pa. 

GREGORY, EDGAR BERNARD 

B.S. in Business Administration Wilson 



GRIBBLE, ANNE FRANCES 

AB in Elementary Education Charlotte 

GRIBBLE, JR., GARLAND DICKSON 

AB in Chemistry Raleigh 

GRIFFIN, PHILIP WARREN 

A.B. in Social Shidies Education jamesville 

GRIFFIN, RANDOLPH JAMES 

A.B in Education Durham 

GRIFFIN, ROBERT STEVEN 

A B, in Music Education Charlotte 



GROAT, ELIZABETH JANE 

A,B in Psychology 

GROCE, H. DALE 

A.B. in English 

GROSS, GARY ROBERT 

B S in Business Administration 

GROSSWALD, RALPH R. 

AB. in Psychology 

GUHL, MARILYN KAY 

A B. in English Education 



GUILLET, JUDY GARDNER 

AB, in Social Studies Education 

GUIN, JR., JAMES PATRICK 

BS, in Business Administration Mo 

GUNSTER, KATHARINE MARY 

A B, in Sociology SI Peteri 

GUNTER, COKE STEEL 



GURKIN. CHLOE ANN 



GUY, WILLIAM HILL 

A.B in Hislorj S 

HACKNEY. ELMORE HOWARD 
HADDEN, II, EARL FRENCH 

A.B. in Political Science 

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HALL, LLOYD ARLINGTON 

A.B. in An History 

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B.S. in Business Administration Mnunt Airy 

HALSEY, WILLIAM EUGENE 

A.B. in Economics Clark. N.| 

HALTOM, III, LEE ANDREW 

A.B. in English Brussels. Belgium 

HAM, JOHN ROSS 

A-B in Psychology Virginia Beach, Va. 

HAMLET, WILLIAM FREDERICK 

A B- in English Durham 

HAMLIN, LINDA COBB 
HAMM, JR.. JAMES HENRY 

B.S. in Business Administration Charlotte 

HAMMERBECK, EDWARD COX 

AB. in History Arlington. Va. 



HAMRICK, III. ALGER VASON 

AB in Chemistry SI 

HAMRICK, CYNTHIA SUSANNA 

A.B in Mathematics Education SI 

HAMRICK. DONALD TILLMAN 

B.S. in Mathematics Winstun-S 

HANKINS, III. IRVIN WHITE 

A.B, in History Chai 

HANSEN. JANET SCOTT 

A.B, in History New Orlean: 



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HANSON, MAREE ELIZABETH 

A.B. in Psychology Winthrt 

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A.B. in Zoology Saratoga 

HARRINGTON, III, ARTHUR DUDLEY 

B.S- in Business Administration Hcndcrsonville 

HARRINGTON, JR., CRAIG WINSTON 

A.B in Mathematics Durham 

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HARRIS, CARL WARMACK 

A_B in Sociology 

HARRIS, JOEL GATES 

A.B. in Chemistry and Psychology 

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A,B in Elemenlary Edurallon 

HART. GERALD BRITT 

A.B. in Psychology 

HART, JR., JOSEPH JONES 



HART, STEPHEN EDDIE 

AB in Political Science 

HARVEL, ROSE LYNNE HILL 
HASKELL, KAREN JEWELL 

B S in Physical Therapy 

HASKELL, RALF FREDERICK 

A B m Political Science 

HASWELL, JOEL WAYNE 

A B. in loupnalism 



HATCH, BARBARA SHERMAN 

AB in French La Tour de Peilz. Switzerland 

HAUSER, BRENDA ANN 

A B in Dramatic Arts Charlotte 

HA WES. PEGGY ANNE 

Ba in Business Adminislralion Charlotte 

HAYES. STEPHEN TURNER 



HAYNSWORTH. JR.. PERRY B.. 

B,S in Business Administration Plaintield. N.| 

HAYWOOD, EDGAR 

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HAYWOOD. LEON STANLEY 

B.S in Pharmacy Robbins 

HEATON. FREDERICK CHRISTIAN 

A.B in Zoology Raleigh 



HEDMAN. KENT SHELDON 

AB in English 

HELLEBUSH, PETER L. 

A B in Economics 

HELMS, JOHN BENJAMIN 



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HELMS, WILLIAM HAROLD 

B.S, in Business Administration V\ 

HELVESTINE, WILLIAM ALBERT 

B.S in Physics Mian 



HEMRIC. STEPHEN GREGG 

BS in Business Administration Cycle 

HENDRIX. MARTHA HAMILTON 

BS in Pharmacy Hickory 

HENRETTA, SUSAN ADELAIDE 

A.B in Latin and Secondary Eilui.ation Greensboro 

HENSON. JAMES BAKER 

B.S in Pharmacy [acksonville 

HERALD, MORTON RAYMOND 



HERNDON. MICHAEL DOAK 

B S in Business Administration Charloll. 

HERRING, ROBERT RAY 

B.S in Business Administration Goldsbol^ 

HESTER, POLLYANNA 

A B in Elementary Education Manoi 

HESTER, RALPH EDWARD 

BS in Business Administration Lillingloi 

HEWITT. JR., HAROLD EDWARD 

A.B. in Chemistry Newto 



HIBBS, JR., MAX LEE 

A.B- in Economics 

HICKEY, JILL BETH 

B.S. in Mathematics Co\ 

HICKS, CARLOS DEAN 

A.B. in Education 

HICKS, THURSTON TITUS 

A.B. in English 

HIGGINS, THOMAS DUPREE 

A.B. in English I 



HIGHSMITH, VANCE ROSS 

A.B. ia Chemistry and Mathematics Robersonville 

HIGHT, RUTH CHRISTIAN 

A.B. in Elementray Education Henderson 

HILDEBRANDT, JR.. THOMAS GEORGE 

A.B in History Guilford College 

HILL, KAREN RENEE 

B.S. in Nursing Chapel Hill 

HILL, LAURA LOUISE 

A.B. in English Winston-Salem 



HILL, MICHAEL WILTON 

A.B. in History 

HILL. SUSAN BROWN 



HILLIARD. JOHN RAINS 



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A B in English 

HINNANT. DAN BERNARD 

B.S, in Mathematics 



HINNANT, JR., JESSE RAY. 

AB in History 

HINSON, LYNDA J. 

A.B in Education 

HINTON, HARVEY DOUGLAS 

B.S. in Accounting Gibsonville 

HOBGOOD. ROBERT HAYWOOD 

A.B, in Political Science Louisburg 

HOBSON. III. HENRY WISE 

A.B. in French Cincinnati. Ohio 



HOCKFIELD, EDWARD JAY 

B.S, in Business Administration Durham 

HODGES, ANDREW FULLARTON 

A.B. io Political Science and History Charleston, S.C. 

HODGES, CANDACE 

AB. in Political Science Leesburg. Fla. 

HODGIN. JON DARRYL 

A.B in English Miami. Fla. 

HOFFMAN. JR., MILO JOHNSON 

A,B in Chemistry Charlotte 



HOLCOMBE. BILLIE GIBBONS 

A.B, in Elementary Education Chapel Hill 

HOLCOMBE, JERRY THOMAS 

BS in Business Administration Greensboro 

HOLDEN. HOLLIS WARD 

BS, in Physics and Mathematics Winter Garden. Fla. 

HOLDER. JOAN ELIZABETH 

A.B in Education Castonia 

HOLDER, JOSEPH PRESTON 

A.B. in Chemistty Andrews 



HOLDERNESS, RICHARD THURSTON 

A.B, in History C:reensborn 

HOLLAN, JR.. WILLIAM EDWIN 

A B, in History and Economics Winston-Salom 

HOLLAND. DAVID GENE 



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HOOKS. AMELIA FRANCES 

A.B. in English Education I 

HOOKS, FLOYD ALAN 

B.S. in Industrial Relations Jack 

HORN, WILLIAM BAKER 

A.B in Mathematics and Chemisli^- Chi 

HORNADAY, JUDITY ANN 

A.B- in Secondary Education Fay 



HOSKING, EILEEN REINE 

A.B. in English Ipvington. N.Y. 

HOUGH, SARA CECELIA 

A B in Elementary Education Charlotte 

HOUSER, CHRISTINE CARPENTER 

BS in Pharmacy Cherryville 

HOVIS. LARRY KENNETH 

B.S in Pharmacy Lincolnlun 

HOWARD, JULLA BATTLE 

A.B. in English Savannah. Ga. 



HOWE, SAMUEL LINEBERGER 

B.S. in Business Administration McAdenville 

HOWELL, III, BISCO R. 

B.S in Industrial Relations Honolulu. Hawaii 

HOWERTON, LINDA RUTH 

AB in Elementary Education Gibsonville 

BUCKS, IR.. DAVID A. 

A.B. in English Surfside Beach. S.C. 

HUDSON, )R., FRANK PARKER 

A B in Economics and History Atlanta, Ga. 



HUDSON, WILLIAM JERRY 

A.B in Histor>- and Psychology 

HUFF. REBECCA SHARRON 

A.B. in French 

HUGHES. BRUCE BRYAN 

A.B in Chemistry C 

HUGHES, JOHN SCHLEY 

AB, in Chemistry 

HUGHES, PATRICIA ELLIS 

A.B in journalism 



HUGHES, WILLIAM THOMAS 

AB in Political Science Burlington 

HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM PRESTON 

B.S in Business Administration Shelby 

HUNDLEY, MARTHA SUE 

A.B. in English Fort Meade, Md. 

HUNT, ALLAN WILLIAM 

A.B. in English Lawndale 

HURLEY. RICHARD BANIGAN 



HURST. RICHARD STEVEN 



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HURST. TOMMI JANE 

AB. in French Fort Mill. S.C. 

HUSSMAN, WALTER EDWARD 

A.B. in lournahsm Camden. Ark 

HUTTON. DONNA NEWMAN 

A.B. in Education Chapel Hdl 

HUTTON. GEORGE THOMPSON 

A.B. in Political Science Chapel Hill 



HUX. JR.. CLIFTON McRAE 

AB in Physical Education 

HYATT, DONALD RAY 

A H in Botany 

HYATT, RONALD GRAY 

B.S in Science Education 

HYDER, JR., LECTER LLOYD 

Ml ir PsiclH.l.igy 

HYMAN. STANLEY AARON 



Monroe 
Monitie 
Hendersonville 
Greensboro 



INDERFURTH. KARL FREDERICK 

A-B in Political Science Ch 

INSCOE. JR.. JACK ELWOOD 

A B, in Political Science D 

IRVING. RICHARD EDWARD 

A.B. in Education Chap 

ISAACS. MICHAEL ALAN 



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A.B- in Zoology Pilot Mounta 



JACKSON, PATRICIA BASSETT 

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JACKSON, WILMA ANN 

A.B. in Education W 

JACOBS. BETSY HELEN 

A.B. in Education 

JACOBS, NANCY KARAN 

B-S. in Physical Therapy 

JACOKES, RUTH DOUGLAS 



JAFFEE, FREDERIC T. 

A B in Frrnch S History 

JAMES. ANNE WYLIE 

A,B, in English 

JAMES, DERENDA COX 

BS in Nursing 

JAMES, MARTHA ELLEN 

A B in Sociology 

JAMIESON, ANN GRIMSLEY 

A B in Psychology 



Flushing. NY 

Mebane 

IVinslon-Salem 

Wilmington 



JANDZINSKI, JOAN ELAINE 

B.S in Nursing Durham 

JAY, DONALD L. 

A.B. in Political Science Greensboro 

JENKINS, LARRY WILLIAM 

A,B, in Political Science Arlington. Va, 

JENKINS, TERRY LEE 

B.S in Chemistry Dallas 

JENNINGS. MARGARET ANN 

A.B in Elementary Education Elizabeth City 



JENNINGS, MICHAEL DEAN 
JENRETTE, THOMAS SHEPARD, JR. 

AB. in Music Galax. Va. 

JENZANO, CAROL ANN 

A.B. in Studio Art Chapel Hill 

JOHANSSON, ANDERS DANIEL 

AB. in Chemistry Chapel Hill 

JOHNSON, JR.. ALLEN BYERS 

A.B. in Botany Hendersonville 



JOHNSON, DONALD PITTMAN 

A,B in Political Science Wiljon 

JOHNSON. KAY EMILY 

B.S. in Pharmacy Washington. DC. 

JOHNSON, JR.. RICHARD NEWTON 

BS in Business Administration Pittsboro 

JOHNSON, RICHARD WILLIAM 

B.S. in Business Administration Fox Chapel, Pa. 

JOHNSON, SARAH VOORHEES 

A.B. in French Schenectady, N V. 



JOHNSON. STEPHEN ANGUS 

BS- in Business Administration High Poin 

JOHNSTON, DOUGLAS ALAN 

A.B in Political Science Chapel Hil 

JOHNSTON, JR., RICHARD BLAINE 

B.S. in Business Administration North Wilkesbort 

JOLLIFFE, III, THOMAS POWELL 

A.B. in Chemistry Newport News, Va 

JONES, ELMER WAYNE 

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JONES, MICHAEL CHARLES 

A.B in Chemislry East Flal Rod 

JONES, NATALIE 

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JONES, RICHARD MOORE 

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A B in Art Towson. Md. 

JURASH, STEPHEN RODNEY 

A B in Political Science Elizabeth City 

RABAT, LEE SPENCER 

A.B m History Greensboro 

KAGE, BARBARA ANN 

A B in History Education Chapel Hill 

KARRES, MATTHEW JAMES 

BS in Industrial Relations Charlotte 



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A B in Political Science Charlotte 

KATTENBURY. PHILIP CLARK 

A B In Political Science Vienna. Va 

KAUCHER. MARGARETE SUSON 

BS in Pharmacy Burlington 

KAUFMAN. JR.. GUS BERND 

A.B, in English and Psychology Macon. Ga. 

KEARNEY. JAMES IRWIN 

B.S. in Accounting Greensboro 



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A B in Elementary Education 

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A.B in HisloiT and Economics 

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KELEHER, MEGAN MARTHA 

A B in Education Ashevilie 



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KENT, DEDE W. 

A.B. in Music Greensboro 

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B.S in Pharmacy Lmcolnton 

KILLOUGH, JR., WALTER JACKSON 

B.S. in Business Administration Charlotte 

KING, ALVIN DARRELL 

AB. in English Asheboro 

KING, HAROLD LEE 

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A.B. in English Sugar Hill. N.H. 

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A.B. in Historv Charlollo 

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AB. in Education Goldsboro 

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B.S. in Physics Bryson City 

PEACOCK, BEVERLY 

B.S in Industrial Relations Fremont 

PEAL, GEORGE ALAN WAINWRIGHT 

B.S in Pharmacy Chadbourn 

PEARSON. REBECCA SUE 

A B. in Dramatic Art Wilkesboro 

PEDDYCORD, JUNE RICHARDSON 

B S in Pharmacy Kernersville 



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A B in Economics West Hartford. Conn. 

PELL, RONALD CALVIN 

A B in English Thomasville 

PERDUE, JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN 

A.B in Music Education Burlington 

PERDUE, SAMMY NORRIS 

A B in Siicondary Education Durham 

PEREZ-VERDIA RIVERO. EDUARDO 

B s in Business Administration Ivlexico Cily. D.F. 



PERKINS, SANDRA ELIZABETH 

A.B. in Elementary Education New Bern 

PERRY, JOSEPH DAVID 

B S. in Business Administration Roseboro 

PERRY, MELISSA CAROLINE 

B S in Dental Hv.«iene Raleigh 

PERRY, RICHARD THOMAS 

A.B in Political Science Pittsburgh. Pa. 

PERRY, ROLAND LINWOOD 

B.S in Business Administration Greensboro 



PERRY, STANLEY KENT 

AD. in Recreation Administration Carrboro 

PETERS, CAROL ANNE 

A.B in English Riegelwood 

PETERSON, VICTOR SCOTT 

A.B. in Sociology Bry.son City 

PETTEWAY, JR., ERNEST NORWOOD 

B.S. in Zoology Farnwille 

PHARR, III, SCOTT YORKE 

A B in Chemistry Plymouth 



PHELPS. NICKY BYRNES 

B.S. in Accounting Willidn 

PHIFER. MELVIN BUFORD 

B.S. in Mathemalics Chai 

PHILLIPS. JOHN EVERETTE 

B.S, in Business Adminislrahon Ki-man; 

PHILLIPS. LARRY LUCIAN 

A.B, in Psychology Swann 

PHILLIPS. JR.. STERLING EUGENE 
A.B. in Psychology (;n'pnf 



PHILPOTT. BETTY JO 

A.B. in English Education 

PIETERSZ. RAY PHILIP 



PIKE, III. JOSEPH WILLIAM 

B.S. in Pharmacy Concurd 

PILCHER. ANN LEWIS 

A.B. in English Winslon-Siikm 

PINYOUN. ROY RALPH 

A.B. in English Raleigh 

PITTARD, ROBERT EARL 

B.S. in Mathematics Burlington 

PITTMAN. MARSHALL DEAN 

BS. in Business .Administration Rci.kv Mount 

PLYLER, WILLIAM HAMILTON 

A.B in English Education CIijiI.iIIl- 

POER. DAVID HENRY 

A.B. in Political Science Atlanta. Ca 

POPE, JR., CLARENCE H. 

B.S, in Business Administration M.ignolia 



POPE, TONY LEHN 

B.S. in Industrial Relations 

POPLIN, ROGER KEITH 

A.B. m Polilicdl Science 

PORTER, JAMES MONROE 

A.B. in Botany 

PORTER. JOEL SCOTT 
POTTER. FRANCES DAVIS 



POTTER. MARY KATHERINE 

A,B. in Elementary Education Wadesboro 

POTTER. RICHARD CLIFFORD 

A.B. in English and Psychology Paris, France 

POU, ELIZABETH LYNNE 

A,B. in English Education Winston-Salem 

POWELL. JR.. BENJAMIN EDWIN 

A,B. In Zoology Robersonuilli- 

POWELL. KENNETH LYNN 

A.B. in International Studies Falls t;hiirnh. Va 



POWERS, WAYNE PAUL 

B.S. in Business Administration Slier City 

PRASSE. EDWARD PHILIP 

A.B. in Economics Pineville 

PRICE. JR.. IVAN ELLENWOOD 

as in Business Administration VVinston-Salcm 

PRICE, MARION DUDLEY 

AB- in Malhematius Rali-lgh 

PRIESTER. FREDERICK CORNELL 

A.B. in Economics Davenport, la. 



PRIM. MICHAEL WAYNE 

BS. in M.ilhemalics 

PROVO. DONNA SHERRON 

D.S. in Physical Therapy 

PUGH. ELIZABETH REDDING 

BS, in Nursing 

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QUICK, JOHN CRAIG 

BS in Industrial Rdattons 

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A.B in English 

RAINEY, MARTHA ELLEN 

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BS. in Chemistry Chattanooj^d. Tenn 

RAKER, DON CROSSLEY 



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AB. in Education 

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A B. in Sociology 

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A.B in French Education 

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AB in History 

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AB in English Ch, 

REAVIS. JUDITH C. 

B.S. in Nursing M< 

REAVIS. PAUL RICHARD 

A.B. in Sociology 

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A,B. in English Winstc 



REEL, WILLIAM RILEY 

A B. in Radio. Television, and Motion Picti 

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A.B in History 

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A.B. in lournalisin Winston-Salem 

RENFRO. JOHANA DEE 

BS. in Nursing Cullowhee 

REQUA. PATRICIA JEAN 

A B in Psychology Washington. D.C. 

RHOADS. RUSSEL HENRY 

A.B. in Chemistry Wilmington Del 

RHODEN. JR.. CHARLES WILLIAM 

B S. in Pharmacy Shelby 



RHYNE. JR.. JOSEPH MUNDY 

BS. m Accounting 

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A B. in Spanish 

RHYNE. RICHARD BRYANT 

AB in Polilical Science 

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A.B. in English 

RICE. ELIZABETH ANN 

A fl. in English Education 



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RICE, JR.. J. SIDNEY 

AB in Psvchologv Hickory 

RICHARDSON. LANCE BRADLEY 

A.B. in ChEHiisID' Wasbinglim 

RICHTER. JR., LAWRENCE EDWARD 

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RICKMAN. ROBERT REID 

as. in Business AdminisUalion Chapel Hill 



RICKMAN, SANDRA TILLEY 

B.S. in Nuising R. 

RIDDICK, HOWARD ALAN 

B.S- in Business Adminislration Bell 

RIDER, RICHARD JAMES 

A.B. in Economics Ri 

RIERSON, GWENDOLYN FAY 

A.B- ID lournalism and English Green 

RIGGLES, LYNN DL\NE 

A.B. in Political Science Arlinglo! 



RIGGS. DAVID LEE 

A-B. in Education Mor 

RIKER. in. PHILIP 

AB. tn Poiilical Science Patersi 

RINEHARDT. WILLIAM MARVIN 

B.S. in Special Education Ri 

RITCHIE, PATTY JANE 

AB. in Sociology Sa 

RITCHIE, SARA CELIA 

A.B. in Malhemalics Education Ch 



ROACH, CAROL FRENCH 

A.B. in Psychology Asheville 

ROACH, TIMOTHY FLYNN 

AB. in Religion Mi.oiesville 

ROADMAN, LARRY SCOTT 

A.B. in Political Science Margaretviile. N.Y. 

ROBB, ELIZABETH WALKER 

A.B in Elementary Education Durham 

ROBBINS. EDWARD DENMORE 

A.B. in History Scaisdalc. .\ ■! 



ROBERSON, EDWIN STEWART 

B S. in Accounting Lilesville 

ROBERTS, LEONARD THOMAS 

A-B. in History Belmont 

ROBERTSON, JR., CROWDER BOOKER 

B-S, in Accounting Vifgilina. Va. 

ROBERTSON, JR., FRANCIS DILLON 

.^B in English Wilson 

ROBERTSON, JANE LEWIS 

A.B in English Wilmington. Del. 



ROBINETTE, JR., JOHN COLAN 

A.B- in lournalism Hickory 

ROBINSON. ESTA SILVEY 

BS in Nursing Wrighlsville Beach 

ROBINSON, KATHRYN ELIZABETH 

B.S- in Nursing Murfreesboro 

ROBINSON, ROLAND JOSEPH 

B S in Business Administration Charlotte 

ROBINSON, RONALD P. 

BS. in Business Administration Caslonia 



RODGERS, RICHARD TELFAIR 

A.B in English 

ROGERS, LINDA 

A.B, m Education . 

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ROLLINS. PAUL CRISP 

AB in English 

ROMINGER, INA JO 

A-B. in Suuiology and English 

ROOT, VIRGINIA NEAL 

A-B in H.slorv 

ROSE, SHARON LEE 

A.B in Elementary Education 



ROSS, ELLEN ELIZABETH 

A-B. in Anthropology Burlington 

ROSTAN, JANICE HURST 

A.B. m English Valdese 

ROUGHTON, WILLIAM PAYNE 

A-B in English Education Winston-SaJem 

ROUNTREE. MARY HINTON 

A.B in Art Education Greensboro 

ROUSE, JERRY RANDOLPH 

B.S in Accounting Kinston 



ROWE, BETTY MATTHEWS 

BS in Pharmacy Fi 

ROWE. GEORGE PATRICK 

BS in Business Administration 

ROWE, JAMES GARY 

A-B in History 

ROWE, JR., JOSEPH MILTON 

as in Pharmacv 

ROWE, MARY GAIL 

A B in Enghsh 



High Point 
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ROWE, ROY HERBERT 

A-B in Latin Burgaw 

ROYCROFT, JR., JOSEPH HAROLD 

A.B- in Botanv Durham 

ROYSTER, BOBBY DEAN 

A-B m Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures Lawndale 

RUTH, JACQUELINE DELL 

A-B- in Elementary Education SaUsbury 

RYALS. VIRGINIA RUTH 

A-B in French Education Rocky Mount 



RYCKMAN. NANCY JUNE 

AB in International Studies 

SADLER. THOMAS GORDON 

as, in Business Administration 

SAENGER, GEORGE WALTER 
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SALVATI. RONALD CHARLES 

BS in Business Administration Fort Uuderdale. FI, 

SAMPSON, CHERRY LEE 

AB in journalism and English Alexandi 

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BS in Mathematics Fayeltei 

SATTERWHITE, RONALD WAYNE 

BS in Pharmacv Mendel 



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A B in English and Political Science Charlotte 

SAUNDERS, NANCY JEAN 

A-B in Mathematics Chapel Hdl 

SAWYER. JR.. HAROLD MURRAY 

.^.B- in American Studies Wilmington. Del- 

SAWYER. JANET ELIZABETH 

A B- in American Studies Richmond. Va- 

SAWYER. JR., L. E. 

A-B in English Elizabeth City 



SAWYER, NANCY CAROLE 

A.B. in Sociology Arlingtoi 

SAXON. IR.. HUGH HOLLIDAY 

A.B in Economics Atlanl, 

SCHAEFER, KAREN PHYLLIS 

B.S- in Mathematics Wilmingtor 

SCHENCK. SANDRA MOORE 

A-B, in Art S 

SCHILLER, MARY SUZANNE 

A.B in Special Education R, 



SCHLAGEL, ELIZABETH KATHERINE 

A,B, in Psvchoiogy Clyde 

SCHMIDT. FREDRICK NELS 

AB- in Polilical Science Sea Girl. N.J. 

SCHMIDT. MARILYN KAY 

AB in English Vii^inia Beach. Va- 

SCHRADER. SHIRLEY ANN 

AB, in Dramatic -An .Newport Beach. Calif. 

SCHRAMM, RICHARD ROBERT 

A.B. in English Charlotte 



SCHWARTZ, BARRY HOWARD 

A B in Political Science Baltimore. Md. 

SCOTT, ANN SIMPSON 

AB. in English Richmond. Va. 

SCOTT. CHARLES EUGENE 

B.S. in Maihemadcs Tuscaloosa. Ala. 

SCOTT. GARY CLIFFORD 

B.S, in Accounting Oobson 

SCOTT, SHARON SUE 

A.B. in Elementary Education Chapel Mill 



SCRIPTURE, SUSAN JANE 

AB. in English Education Bridgeville. Pa 

SCURRY, WILLIAM COOPER 

BS in Business Administration Reidsville 

SEAWELL, CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE 

B.S. in Business Administration Greensboro 

SERONDE, JOSEPH ANTIONE 

.4.B. in Antropology Stow. Mass. 

SESSOMS, JOHN C. 

B.S. in Science Education Elm City 



SEWELL, STEPHEN GROVER 

A.B. in Political Science Highlands 

SEXTON, KAROL JEAN 

A.B. in Political Science Rocky Mount 

SEYMOUR, MARGARET DIANNE 

B.S. in Nuising Raleigh 

SHACKELFORD, LAUREL LEE 

AB. in lournalism Metuchen. N.J. 

SHADE, ROBERT JAMES 

AB in History Rockville. Md. 



SHEAR, MORRIS 

A.B in Chemistry and Mathematics Woodland 

SHEPARD, JEAN PHILLIPS 

A B. in Elementary Education and 

Physical Education Asheboro 

SHERMAN, SUSAN SHAPIRO 

A B in Zoology Chapel Hill 

SHREVE, BRANDON WICKLIFFE 

B S. tn Business Administration Westport. Conn. 

SIDES, RICHARD LEE 

AB. in History Winston-Salem 

SIEBENSCHUH, FREDERICK ROYAL 

A.B in Sociology Newport 

SILER, BARRY LEE 

A.B 111 Zoology Waco, Tex. 

SILVER, JR., CHARLES HINTON 

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SIMPSON. LARRY MORGAN 

A.B. in Engli.^h Education Carrbc.ro 

SIMPSON. ROSEMARY LOUISE 

A.B in English Silver Spring. Md. 

SIZEMORE, JR., RAY BREWER 

A B in English and Sociolojjy Culiowhee 



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A B in English Lititz. Pa. 

SKINNER. PHILLIP STifUVJTON 

BS. in Business Administration Durham 

SLAUGHTER. KATHERINE MARIE 

BS in Nursing Wilson 

SLAWTER. LINDA FAYE 

A B in lournalism High Point 



SLAWTER. WILLIAM FRANK 

A B in English 

SLEEPER, WILLIAM CONRAD 

A.B in Anthropology M 

SLOOP, CHARLES PHILLIP 
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SMITH, DONALD BILLY 

A.B in Psychology 

SMITH, EDITH CAROL 

A B in Elementary Education 



SMITH, JR., EDWARD NOEL 

B.S. in Accounting 

SMITH, EDWIN DOUGLAS 

B S. in Chemistry 

SMITH, EVELINE LANGDON 

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SMITH, LINDA ANN 

AB in lournalism 

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SMITH, PAUL DANIEL 

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SMITH, SANDRA KAYE 

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AB in lournalism Cermanlown. 1 

SNIDER. BARBARA ANN 

AB inPrenrh CIcarwaler 

SOWERS. MARY CATHERINE 

A.B in Mathematics Winston-S 

SPALDING, JACK J. 

A.B- in History and Latin Atlanta 

SPARGER, JERRY RICHARD 

BS in lilathematics Elizahcthlo»n. 1 



SPARFCMAN. LAMAR JEAN 

A.B in Knglish Tampa. Fla. 

SPARROW. CONSTANCE NORRIS 

A.B jn Malhcmalics While Plains. NY 

SPAULDING. Ill, CHARLES CLINTON 

A.B- in History Durham 

SPENCER, JAMES RICHARD 

B.F.A. in Dramatic .^rl Durham 

SPENCER, JEAN FRANCES 

A.B in Elemenlary Education Charlotte 



SPENCER. KAY HOLLOWELL 

A.B. in English Education Wilmington 

SPILLER, SUSAN MOSELEY 

A.B in Sociology Chapel Hill 

SPILLMAN, RAY ALBERT 

A.B in Economics Wmston-Salem 

SPRUILL, BILLIE LOUISE 

A-B. in Music Education Kinslon 

SPRY, JR., WILLIAM DENNIE 

A.B. in English Summit. N [. 



STAINBACK, ROBERT GILL 

A.B. in Political Science and Spanish Henderson 

STALEY, DONALD LEE 

A.B. in Education Sophia 

STALLINGS. ERNEST WAYNE 

B.S. in Accounting Castalia 

STALLINGS, JR., LINDSEY COLEMAN 

B.S. in Business Administration LaGrange 

STALLINGS, LYNN CANADAY 



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STANLEY, RANDALL LAWRENCE 

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STARLING, SAMPSON A. 

A.B. in English Hubert 

STARNES, JERRY SMITH 

B.S. in Business Administration Hickory 

STARR, JENNIFER SARAH 

A.B. in American Studies Lancaster 

STEIN, CAROL ANN 

A.B. in English Education Fayetteville 

STEINBOCK, JR., DELMAR DAVID 

A.B. in English Hamlet 



STEINBRECHER, ALAN KING 

A.B m Amencan Studies Dearborn. Mich 

STEINER, JR., PHILIP WILLIAM 

A.B. in History Chapel Hill 

STEPHENSON, LARRY WAYNE 

A.B. in Radio. Television and 
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STEWART. JOHN THOMAS 

A.B, in Sociology Winston-Salem 

STEWART. SAMUEL E. 

A.B. in Economics Princeton, N.I. 

STEWART, SARAH JANE 

A.B. in English Winston-Salem 

STILL. DAVID MITCHELL 

B.S. in Business Administration Albemarle 

STINSON. JR., HAROLD C. 

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AB. in English Greenville. S.C. 

TORBERT, EUGENE CHARLES 

AB. in Internalional Sludics Chapel Hill 

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A.B. in English Goldsbora 

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WOODRUFF, IR„ LEON FESTUS 

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MORRISON COLLEGE 




Of all the trivial things written as copy for any 
residence college, there is only one which is appli- 
cable to the Year of the Whale: Morrison Residence 
College was, is and will be home for its men and 
women. 

After two highly successful years which have 
seen Morrison Residence College — Morrison Resi- 
dence Hall and Nurses Dormitory — capture the 
award as the Best Residence College at Carolina, 
Morrison now looms over South Campus as 
"Those guys up there on the Hill." Mighty Mo has 
tried to turn a dormitory into a residence hall and a 
residence hall into a residence college. This year 
witnesses the fact that plans for enriching the so- 
cial life, creating a living-learning experience, and 
challenging the imaginations of residents have at 
last borne fruit. 

With the highly capable leaders from Nurses' 
Dormitory and their never-ending enthusiasm and 
ceaseless help, we have molded what we believe is 
a truly cohesive residence college. Around this co- 
educational theme, we have planned activities, so- 
cial events, academic functions, and campus-wide 
participation in life at Carolina. Through parties 
(such as the ill-fated South Campus Weekend), res- 
idence hall classes, radio station WMO, weekly 
movies, frequent speakers, experimental college 
classes, service projects in the city of Chapel Hill, 
and other events which are neither illegal nor im- 
moral. We attempt to eliminate the "four walls and 
a bed" syndrome of college life and make Morrison 
Residence College and Carolina into places where 
young men and women may live, learn and grow to 
take their places in society together. 



OFFICERS - FRONT 
ROW. Gwen Highlower, 
Socio/ Chairman; Lynda 
Law, Activftiei Chairman; 
Mimi Munden, Secretary; 
Rufh Kaemmerten, Aca- 
demic Chairman; Lois 
Partin, Treasurer; Judy 
Wilson, President. BACK 
ROW. Richard Block 
well. Social LI. Governor; 
Don Lassiler, Treasurer; 
Bobby lock, Speolier of 
the Senate: Phil Beouch- 
emin. Sergeant- at-Arms; 
Barry Hager, Academic 
LI. Governor. 



MORRISON COtLEGE 
SENATE - FIRST ROW. 
Margie Hollingsworlh, 
Palsy Reynolds, Robin 
Castle, Ralph Travis. 
Linda Page, Susan Crav- 
er. SECOND ROW. Caro- 
lyn Fritz, Diane Griffin, 
Allene Fuller, Bobby Lock, 
Speoker, Soro McVicker, 
Diane Bloke, Bruce Oar. 
ling. THIRD ROW Mike 
lyles. Cliff Dexheiner, 
Hugh Threkeld, Scolt Gra- 
ham, Mike Lewis, Wayle 
Fogle, John Peterson 
FOURTH ROW: Bill Pos- 
chall. Bob Gibson, Randy 
Madry, Wes Morgan, Bob 
Kail, Bill Whelin, Kent 
Autry, Joe George, Doug 
Childs. FIFTH ROW. Bruce 
Oloncf, Rick Toppe, Don 
Carrick, Kirk Duncan, 
James Polk, Kent Brown, 
Mark Evons, Glenn Wal- 
lace. 




ARMSTRONG 
HOUSE 




AKMSTRONG HOUSE OFFICERS - Tom Hedges, Secretory-Treasurer; Arl Williams, President; 
Mike Armstrong, Vice-President. 

BAHNSON HOUSE OFFICERS - John Moriorfy, Senofor; William Lloyd, Senator; Bob Jen- 
rette, Vice-President; Wayne Fogle, Senator; Don Carrick, Senator; Ron Ashby, Presidenf. 





"Five and score h 



Armstrong House, under assorted other 
names, all A's, has raised itself to the greatest in 
Morrison. From ninth place out of nine, where 
else could we go but up? 

Under the guidance of Art "Flamer" Wil- 
liams, things looked a bit shaky, but floor spirit 
made up for his leadership (?). Not that Mike 
and Tom do not deserve credit, they just didn't 
flare as much. 

Beautiful Patsy Binkley, Armstrong Sweet- 
heart, captured the eyes of "A" housemen, and 
eventually those of the judges of the Miss Mor- 
rison Contest. 

Not wanting to leave anyone out, we want to 
thank all of the floor athletic teams. "How can 
we be so sincere and Jose?" 

Furniture, jerseys, mugs, and even intan- 
gibles like spirit appeared in Armstrongland for 
the first time. A fitting close would be a quote 
from Art "the Flame:" "There is no problem so 
big or so complicated, that it cannot be run 
away from!" cmplmntsfjirvinxq . . .! 



BAHNSON 
HOUSE 




The year of 1967-68 was one of rejuvenation 
for Bahnson House. Coming from the depths of 
obscurity, the Boars became famous for their 
prowess in athletics and their ability to throw 
parties. After a perfect season in football, 
which included the capture of the Morrison 
Championship, the mighty Boars finally suc- 
cumbed to the Nurses Dorm in a wild, anyth- 
ing-goes, penalty marred. Super Sex Bowl. We 
made another stride toward fame in transform- 
ing the drab social room into the Bahnson Rom- 
pHer Room, the sight of numerous parties, 
receptions, and the perennial student favorite, 
house meetings, which were frequented by 
lively guest speakers this year. Swept up by 
mixers, intramurals and tournaments, the 
(Gentlemen of Bahnson House nonetheless still 
plagued by quizzes, term papers and home- 
work. Yet these academic diversions and 
distractions failed again to dampen the spirit of 
Bahnson House. 



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CANNON 
HOUSE 



Cannon House is just low enough so we 
can use the steps without collapsing, and 
just high enough so no one swears when we 
stop the elevator. Indeed, one might say 
that Cannon House is in the middle of ev- 
erything. 

Our enthusiastic, hard-working leader- 
ship provides numerous opportunities to 
socialize and to serve the community. We 
have dances, beer blasts, caroling hayrides, 
and tag (?) football with the nurses. Our 
thoughtful leaders gave us a pumpkin to 
carve (eat) for Halloween, ethereal dates 
from Randolph-Macon, and a very severe 
Oedipus complex. Our House Mom is 
Nancy Sinatra. Cannon House raises funds 
for Community Chest, and many residents 
tutor underprivileged children. Progressive 
ideas on education and the residence col- 
lege system were brought forth and debated 
in our exciting New House Meetings. 

Of course, we had our disappointments. 
We lost the league tag-football champion- 
ship in the play-off game, and nobody ever 
did see Richard Rudisill's sister. But then. 
Cannon House is home and an educational 
experience in every sense of the word. 




OFFICERS — Loring Pardee, Secretary: John 
Vice-President; Darvy Fuller, Trea 



"Look Ma, No CavHi' 



OFFICERS — Steve No/sh, Resideryt Advisoi 
Vice-President. 



Bill Halliwartger, President; Bruce Oland, 





DANIELS 
HOUSE 



After a gallant battle with that bastion of red 
tape and uncertainty. South Building (needless 
to say), Daniels House found itself with the best 
cocktail lounge in Morrison. In spite of some 
disappointment that our request for wall- 
to-wall mattresses was rejected, we soon ad- 
justed to the change and enjoyed our orgies 
anyway. On the basis of careful and frequent 
tests, it was found that Daniels House was able 
to get more noise per gallon than any other 
house at its beer blasts. Our Christmas stag 
party at the Grill will long be remembered, both 
for the amount of beer consumed and the num- 
ber of casualties carried out by their somewhat 
more able-bodied comrades. We were almost 
as good at intramurals as we were at our beer 
blasts; our great teams carved out a place for us 
among the top ten. So all in all, with the excep- 
tion of a few things like classes, we have man- 
aged to enjoy our year at Carolina. 



EDWARDS 
HOUSE 



"Nothing will come of nothing," quoth 
King Lear, and the literary men of Edwards 
House began the new year electing officers, 
selecting a new sweetheart, and capturing 
two campus intramural championships — 
water polo and bowling. We were also 
proud "godparents" as Louis Evans, house 
janitor, became the father of twins. He was 
also remembered after "those" basketball 
games when the delicate necessities of the 
bathroom became a luxury. 

Observation of Robert E. Lee's Birthday 
and Confederate Memorial Day were 
among major events which occupied our 
leisure time. A tube team member was sum- 
moned by good ol' Uncle Sam. Other per- 
sonality quirks were "Little Albert" grow- 
ing sideburns, "Ralph" Laughlin blowing 
his cool at the Toddle House, and "Fly-Pie" 
buzzing to Richard, humming about the 
noise in the lively suite next door. 

It was a restless year as campus police 
searched for a "runaway" parking meter, 
we waited for new furniture, and the stork 
visited at least one freshman. By the way, 
who said firecrackers were illegal? 




OFFICERS — Rusty Poulin, President; Kerry Owens, Vice-Presidenf; 
fary-Treasurer, 

"Tune in, Turn on. Flip Oo*." 



Steve Russell, S»cn- 





OFFICCRS - Chef Shields, Social Ch< 
President; Mike Nifong, Academic Choi 

"Oh, Shut up, David. 



Smifh, Secretary-Treosurer; David Yelton, 




FETZER 
HOUSE 



We, the blessed residents of Fetzer House, 
do hereby pledge the following facts to be the 
truth, the whole truth, and something like the 
truth, so help us LB]. Our floor is one of many 
honors — i.e.. Honors Program Participants. 
Most hours of the week will find our social 
room filled with worshippers of the q.p. aver- 
age, genii of the card table, knowledgeable so- 
ciables, and socialists (Gee, wasn't D.C. pretty 
last November?), and sometimes students of 
independent study, such as those in "Dream 
Analysis," asleep on the couches, of course. 

Named after Mr. Robert A. "Coach Bob" 
Fetzer, 7th floor (Seventh Heaven) has fielded 
formidable intramural teams, whenever any- 
one happened to find out there was to be a 
game. Classy new furnishings in the social 
room completed the gracious background for 
bloodthirsty bridge and chess tournaments, 
forgotten freshman coup d'etats, and week- 
end mixers with — what do you know! 
Women in the social room — unchaperoned. 
Thanks again, Kitty. 



Colleges 135 



GRIFFITH 
HOUSE 



OFFICERS - Brian Evdo, President; Doug Dahl, 
Vice-Preiident; Dave Harrington, Editor, "G-House 
Goiefte," tarry Godwin, Advisor; John Carroll, 
Secrefory-Treos 





You, Charlie Brown.'" 

Griffith House — so dubbed for Andy Griffith — 
inauguarated its third year with renewed dedica- 
tion. In addition to other social events, Griffith 
House sponsors open houses in its social lounge 
after weekend football and basketball games. The 
Griffith House Gazette devotes special attention to 
the floor activities. To promote the academic pro- 
gram, a political science class is conducted in our 
lounge. To answer the concerns of current events, 
guests with a variety of backgrounds speak to Grif- 
fith House residents on an even wider variety of 
topics. Guest speakers have included Gary Waller 
of the S.D.S., Dr. Daniel of the French Department 
and Chief Beaumont of the Campus Police. In addi- 
tion, Griffith House sponsors a Korean orphan, 
Shin Dahl Shik. 



IREDELL 
HOUSE 



Ormon Jeffcoat, Secretary-Treasuter; Joe Ritok, President; Doug Childs, Senafo 







As fall came to Chapel Hill, the believers 
of Iredell House greeted newcomers with 
tales of the "Most Improved House" in 
Morrison. But the newcomers were disbe- 
lieving and skeptical. 

Under the aegis of Bill Jones, the intramu- 
ral program reached new heights (can one 
go higher than ten stories?) and the House 
resounded with the music (?) of Harris and 
Company. The "Penthouse Playboys" 
made their annual pilgrimage to La Pizza 
and saw the older Killian prove his ability 
to consume. Of course, the mentors, Moo- 
ney and Williams, were there to be sure of 
each person's purity. The furniture was 
finally ordered by Ritok, regretfully paid 
for by Jeffcoat, and installed by Silas. Len- 
non went through the purgatory of social 
board meetings while Boyd, Whalen, and 
Childs suffered the agonies of the Senate. 

Thus, as the year progressed, the disbel- 
ievers became true believers. 




HARRIS 
HOUSE 




HELL HOUSE 



H is for house — Our House. 

Step inside and see; 

flames lap up the walls, 

and tint our hollow filling faces 

ghosts of what we will be, 

but not yet are. 

Hell House, a furnace 
in which we roast, but not alone; 
twenty-five percent rusty iron, 
and the rest freshmen: 
heated till the minds explode 
and souls are fuse, 
heated till we almost melt 
then are recast, a little stronger, 
by our friends, and those we toler- 
ate. 

Hell House, a concrete cross, 

three giant steps from Mecca. 

Each wing, a limb 

each of us a splinter, 

all burning, 

but also in this passion burn 

our bottles, our parties, our girls, 

and our pasts. 

It lights the way to our futures. 



The Devil's Discipl< 




OFF/CERS — Woody Osborne, Secretory, Milo Hoffman, Presi 
President. Sweethearts — Joyce Schi/ke, Mary Anne Elder, Judy 



ident; Jeff 
Thompson. 




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NURSES 



OFFICERS — Mimi Munden, Secretary^ Lois Partin, Treasurer; Judy Wilson, President; 
Lynda Low, Activities Chairman; Gwen Hightower, Social Chairman, 




296 Strong! That's the Nurses Dormitory — 
nurses, physical therapists, dental hygiene stu- 
dents, medical technicians, and many other 
professionals. For the last two years, we have 
been the most outstanding women's dorm on 
campus, and this year is no exception. 

Our loyalty goes to the Morrison boys and 
Morrison Residence College. "Mighty Mo" has 
been with us for a long time: they have made 
our South Campus social life the best ever — a 
welcoming reception, combo parties, the Hal- 
loween bonfire, open house, picnics, sex-bowl 
games (the Nurses finished with a 10-0 record) 
and Homecoming turtle and "Doif," the "Blue 
Plate Special," the shoe shines, and the Christ- 
mas parties with all their splendor. There was 
the surprise Valentine serenade, the Modeane 
Gunch Variety Show, and also our waitress ac- 
tivities. These comprise only a few of our diver- 
sions and service projects this year. Movies 
such as "The War Game" and "Alfie" were also 
shown for us. Speakers such as Dean Smith 
and Chancellor Sitterson were on hand at times 
to share their ideas. Service to the community 
ranged from parties for orphans to building 
pocket parks. 

Within our four walls, we have an extensive 
Big Sister-Little Sister Program, weekly ves- 
pers, our own secret Santa, and a close unity 
found in no other dormitory. It is no wonder 
that we nurses know the Carolina Way of Life 
and love living it! 



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Bagley. Lillian A,. 71: Sunbury 
Bailey, Mary B., '68 Raleigh 
Baker, Susan F.. 70: Greensboro 

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Barnetl, Linda D.. 70 Raleigh 
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Blake, Chfirlene (; , 7 
Blake, M. D , 70 Wil 
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Dudlcv. Pamela E„ '71 Gary 
Dunn, lane O.. '69: Williamston 
Durana, Vicloria A.. 70: Winslon-Salem 
Easterly. Lee E , '69: Silver Spring, Md- 
Edmonson, |udy C, ■68, Charlotte 
Edmonson, Wanda L. 70: Robersonville 
Edwards. Anita L.. '69: Wilmington 
Erikson. Karen A , 71 Hickory 

• Estrem. Kristine R. 70: Greensboro 
Evans, Barbara E,, '68 Four Oaks 
Farlow, Palsy R,. '69: Sophia 
Field, Mary L,. '70: Raleigh 

Finan. Alice |ean, '71 Raleigh 
FUnl CunMance E.. '69: Winston-Salem 
lixriiiin. Naomi R. '70: Washington 
I'lin.),, Susan |,. '69: Atlanta. Ga. 
Fiisler. Mary E.. '69: North Wilkesboro 

• Franklin. Elizabeth A,. '70 Morganton 
Franks, Marjorie |., '71 Monroe 

Fritz, Carolyn [,, '71. Silver Spring. Md 
Fuller, Allene M. '70: Leonia. N.| 

l-Salem 
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. Linda M . '69 Sails 
I'.arrison. Barbara |.. '71: Pinehurst 
(iiaveno. Gloria G . '70: Cambria Heights 

• Gilbert Frances E,. '71 Charlotte 
Gilbreath. Frances E.. '70: Charlotte 
Glance. Pamela S.. '71. Candler 
Godley. Maggie B,. '69: Aurora 
Goings. Sherry L . '71 Brevard 
Greene. Pamela S.. '71 Mt. Gilead 
Greenfield, Lois A.. '68: Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Cner. Cheryl L. 71 Charlotte 
Gnfliii. Bn-nda D,. '70: Lenoir 






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(.rissom, Linda C. '70: Oxford 
Urdsse. Cecelia L. '69: Greensboro 
Hamlin, Linda C.. '68 Roxboro 
Hardin, Carol L, '71 Germanton 
Hams, lacqueline W., 71 High Point 
Hawkins. Patricia D,. '71: Asheville 
Hayes, Brenda E., 70: Oxford 
Hemberg. Carhenne A., 71 Mobile. Ala. 

• Henderson, |o Anne. 7i; Charlotte 
Hcndnx, Martha H . '68: Hickory 
Henkle, Mary A , 70: Stanley 
Hernandez, Elizabeth A. 70: Enfield 
Herring, Lucy W.. 70: Roanoke, Va 
Highlower. Marv G.. 70: Oxford 
Hill, Karen R , "68: Chapel Hill 
HnJIingsworth. Mary |,, 70: Asheboro 
Holt, Susan E. 71: Graham 

• Hubbard. Cynthia L , 71 Greenboro 
Hunter, lamene L,. 70: Enfield 
lack, Ruth W. 'ee, Wilmmglon. Del. 
lackson. Martha A . 69: Kenly 
[arret!. Brenda | , 69 High Point 
K-nzano, Carol A , '68 Chapel Hill 
lohnson. ludith L,, 70: Raleigh 
[nhnson. Sarah L, 69 Leaksville 
Kaemmerlen. Ruth A , 69 Charlotte 

• kannon, Ruth A, 69 Franklinton 
Keith. Celinta S,, '69: Fuquay-Varina 
Keleher. famie E., 71 Asheville 
Kelley, Lou Ann, 71 Ralpigh 
Kibler. Linda B . 69: Richmond. Va 
Kirk. Grig, '69: Raleigh 

Kiser. Barbara A , 70; China Grove 
Kiser, Camille McC. '69: Dallas 
Knedlik, Sheiia A , '68: Greensboro 

• Knott, luha O.. '68: Durham 
Lafferty, Anne, 71: Hickory 
Langston. Ethel O.. '68: Wagram 
Law. Lynda A . 70: Arlington. Va 
Lee, Sandra K. 71: Four Oaks 
Lcnlz, lo Ann. "69; Blowing Rock 

I. t.iili.iitll, BeveHy G,. '71 Morganton 
I i:,-, M lijnne, 71: Clemmons 
1 '■■i'.; [■■\i 1- B . '70- Rockingham 

• l-.tiit;, M.irv V, '70; Candler 
Ldwe, Marcia ],. '70; Greensboro 
Lynn, Felma R . '68; Kings Mountain 
Madans. Margie C. '69: Chjriolle 

Maerz. Margaret L . "68, Westbury, LI . N,Y, 
Miili rtlni, Carol E., "68 Pitlsboro 



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M. l,r,i\, Kay L , '69' Hildebran 
McDaniel, Pamela A-. '69: Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 
McGlinn. Louise S.. 68. Haverford. Pa 
Mr.Keirhan. Delia D , '70 Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Ml Niel, Susan D., '71 Morehead City 
M. \i. krr, Sara |.. '68. Fayelleville 
M.il.ll''ii,n. lanet W-, '70; Raleigh 
Mi!li . I lizdbeth G. "69 Salisbury 
Mill-li.iiiyh, ludy L , '70: Hickory 
Mini. in, Kdlhryn E.. "70' Greensboro 
Mn.ih', Khzdheth A,, '71: Camp Hill, Pa, 
M....r.', Linda |.. '70: Charlotte 
Mirns, Donna G.. "70: Burlington 
Mi.rris, Linda L. '71 New Bern 
Munden. Miriam E., '68; Rocky Mount 
Murphy, Virginia L . '71 Jacksonville. Fla. 
Myers. Linda S , 7l North Wilkesboro 
Nagy. Barbara A.. '69 Durham 
Nailling. Virginia L,. '70, Asheville 



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• \.,U- lan.ti- L , '69 Cherry Poinl 
\,'dl. Beverly D , 69 MounI Airy- 
Nelson. Nancy F.. 71: Hoosick Fdlls. NY 
Nicks. Nancy L. 69: Durham 

Nifong. Emily A-. "70: Clemmons 
OBryan. Nancy C . '71 Pnllocksvillr 
OKecf. Sallie C. 70 Rale.gh 
Oldham. Betty I^ . 68 Greensboro 
Packard. Catherine L. '71 Arlinnton. Va 

• Pase. Linda L . '70 Stalesville 
Peters. Nancy E . '71 Riegelwood 
Pitt Olivia I . 69 Rucky Mount 
Ponder. Bonnie S. 71 Rockville. Md 
Pope. F- Carol. '71: Garner 
Privrlle. Shirley P . 70 Statesville 
Push. Elizabeth R. '68 Randleman 
Rainey. Linda C . '70: Blowing Rock 
Raschi. Barbara A . '70: lamestown 

• Ray. Linda | . '68 Robbins 
Ravbon. Bettie K-. "71- Zebulon 
Reavis. |udilh C. '68: Mocksville 
Reilsnider. Donna L. '68 Winslon-Salem 
Reynolds. Mary L.. '71: High Point 
Reynolds. Patricia |.. '70: Raleigh 
RiEgins. Barbara E. '70 Raleigh 
Robinson. Carol S . '70 .Asheville 
Robinson. Esta S . 68: Wnghlsville Beach 

• Robinson. Kathryn E. '68 Murfreesboro 
Rogers. Francina M . 70 West Asheville 
Rose. Jacqueline K.. '71 Rich Square 
Rowe. Beverly E.. '70: Hickory 

Rubin. Frances A.. '71: Greensboro 
Sadler. Doreeda |.. '70: Lexington 
Sawyer. Nancy C. '68 Arlington. Va 
Sayre. Sally E . '69 jaryisburg 
Schilke. Joyce M.. '70 West Hartford. Conn 

• Schiller. Mary S . 68 Raleigh 
Scotl. Ann S . '68 Richmond. Va 
Seymour. Margaret D.. '68. Raleigh 
Shackelford. Laurel. '71 Kinslon 
Simril. Judith A.. '70: St Louis. Mo 
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Sprinkle. D Janice. '70 Greensboro 
Spencer. Rebecca I . '71 Lawsonville 
Stallings. Carolyn E. '71 New Bern 
Stdllmgs. Susan E.. '69: Thomasville 
Stewart, Patricia A.. '71 Charlotte 
Tart. Virginia G. '69: Dunn 
Taylor. Carolyn S . 68 Winston-Salem 



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Ann A . "69 Winstc 
Lucinda L.. '71: Greensb 
Lucy A.. "70: Wendell 
n. Deborah. '71: Chariot 
n. Elaine D.. '69 Grahan 
n. Linda F.. 68 Hallstioi 



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Vallier. Mary C. '71: Plymouth. Mich 
Vanderford. Carol L.. '71 Raleigh 
Van Dyke. |udilh C. '69 Greenville 
Vick. Barbara R . '68. Lucama 
Vosecky. Jeanne C. 71: CuUowhee 
Wade. Anne R . '66; Chapel Hill 
Walker. Phyllis D-. "70: Tryon 
Walker. Sharon E.. '70 Morgantiin 

• Williams. Judith V . '68 Charlotte 
Williams. Mariorie M . '70- Raleigh 
Wilson, ludith C. '68 Chattanooga. Tenn 
Wolle. Karen E. '70 Goldsboru 
Worthington. Donna L. '68: Winslon-Salen 
Wyndham. Deborah D-. '70: Orangeburg. S. 
Ziglar. Mary E.. '70: Madison 



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iedni.k R . "69: Conway 
Vilson F. '71. Murfreesboro 
. Ray T . "70: Woodsdale 
. Richard H . '70: Greensboro 
Kussell M . "71 Tabol City 
Joseph R . '68 Greensboro 



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Ciiiiley. Richard V . '70 Durham 
Dodson. Thomas L. '68 Durham 
Donnelly. Gerald W . 69: Fayettevi 
nunc an. Charles K. 71 Charlotte 
Eaton. Martin I. '69 Lake City. Fl. 



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Edge. Wallace S.. 
Fogarty, Stephen H . "69 (ireensboro 
(Foster. "Thomas F.. '70 Winslon-Salem 
Gibson. C;harles W.. "68 New Castle. De 
Gillette. Peter C . "70 Oak Ridge. Tenn 
Gobble. 111. Fleetus L. "70: Winston-Salt 
(kavely. William A.. '71 Washington 
(irimes. Sidney R.. '69 Statesville 
llamm. |r.. lames H.. '68 Charlotte 
Harper, [r., |oseph |„ "69: Tarboro 
ll.iywood, Edgar, "68 Mt. Cilead 










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Hulchlson. |r,. Harry E . 70: Oteaiislde, N Y 
In'in. James ),. 70 Greensboro 
Isenhour. Danny K.. '69: Rutherford College 
lackson. ],. Wiiliam F. 71 Tabor Cily 
lohnson. |oel A . 70: Fayelleyille 
» jnnas, Kennelh L. 71: Favelleville 
loyner, Ronald W , '69 Trcutman 
Kerley, Lloyd K.. '68: Taylorsvillc 

Kjinger. Tim L.. 71- Winslon-Sajem 
Korslad. Robert R-. 71: Greensboro 
l.eedy. Larry D.. 71: Roanoke. Va. 
Lewis. Robert W.. 71: Jacksonville 
Lurch. Terry G.. '69: Albemarle 

t i Lin^l..[d Douglas M,. '70: Durham 
M.I. I Kii hard T. '69: Mooresville 

M. :hester A.. '71: Fairmont 

M I'.iiil G. '69: Pilot Mountain 

>.M ..I iiin John R. '71- Monroe 
M i::ii K.nidall H. '71. Monroe 
\Li:i til i'.iul E.. '69: Richmond. Va. 
\.iill.r Irving M. Grad. Brooklyn. N.Y. 
Neighbours. Stephen R . 69 Hillsborough 

► Norman. Joseph A . '68 Mountain Park 
Parnell. William C. 71 Charlotte 
Passar. Arthur L . '71 Fayetleville 



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Patlon. Steven D . '70: Hickory 
Payne. Ronald D . 69 Taylorsville 
Peterson. John E.. '70: Spruce Pine 
Polk. James A.. '71 Charleston. S C. 
Poston. William M . 71 Mooresville 
Powell Kennelh L. 68: Falls Church. Va. 
Qualllebaum. Jr.. Ralph A.. '70: Fayellevilli 



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Sartain. Thomas H,. 71 Southampton. N.Y 
Scoggins. David Q.. '69: Rutherfordlon 
Scott. Gary C . '68: Dobson 
Scott. Philip J.. '70: Jacksonville 
Shaffner. Louis A.. '70; Winslon-Salcm 
Shinn. Terry D.. '71: Mooresville 
Simmons, Ernest J.. '68: Roseboro 
Sisk. Joe G., '70: Jacksonville 
Smith. John C. '70: Hickory 
Stainback, Robert G. '68: Henderson 
Stewart. Randall G. '71 Mamers 
Stokes. Felix H.. '71: Raleigh 
Taylor, William F.. '68: Morehead City 
Vaughn. Jr.. Elbert H.. '68 Durham 
Violette. Ronald W . '70 Concord 
Waddell. Ill, Guilford T , '71 Concord 
Wallace. Glenn A.. '68: Stanley 
Ward. Paul P. '69: Hendetsonville 
Ward. William W.. '71 Hendersonville 
Weinkle. Brian E . 68: Asheville 
Wilhelm. William T . '68 Barber 
Whilaker. Joel L,. '69 Troy 

Aldinger. Ralph W.. "71: Media. Pa 
Alexander. Jr.. Kelly H . '70: Charlolle 
Alexander. Robert E . "71: Concord 
Ashby. Ronnie C... "70: Walnut Cove 
Benson. John H,. "68: Asheboro 
Bracy, III, Odie L, '71 Ahoskie 
Bridges, Keith T, '71 Hickory 
Campbell, Dale F., '71: Hickory 
Carrick. Donald R , 71 Hadin 
Cline, Jr„ Carl R , 71. Kannapolis 
Coffman. Kenneth B, '71 Media, Pa 
Conyers, Jr., Vernon L.. '69: Tarboro 
CornweU, Jr„ William 0.. '71: Charlolle 
Eckard, Stephen P , '69: Conovcr 
Elliot. Marl T. '71 Di-lroil. Mich 



Freeman. Jr. Ih.m.i |, '71 Durham 
Gingles. Jr.. Ralph C, '68: Gastonia 
Glasson, Jr,, John, '71: Durham 
Harren, James M., '71 Granite Falls 
Henson, James L, 71 Greensboro 
Hubbard, William K , '70 Rocky Moi 
Jally, John E , '70: Tabor Citv 

Jenrelle, James R . '70 Ashev 

Keeler. Roberl W.. '71 Greensboro 
Kerley. James D., '71: Taylorsville 
Kuchmav. John S . 71: Media. Pa 
Leonard. Jerry R . 71: Welcome 
Liffmann, Stanley M.. '71 Lawrence. 
Lingle. Dean R . '71 Failh 
Lipman. Joshua R.. '71 Roslyn. NY 
Love. Thomas A . 68 Stanfield 



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Alinslon-Salem 
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I. Lewis W,. '70: Lillmgton 
:arty, John D„ '70: Hamlet 
ris, Bruce H , '71 Atlant,i, C 
■n, Wayne L, '70 Semor,i 
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• Pellerier, Mark D , 70 LaGrange 
Pellinger. Harold B . "71 Peachland 
Rawald. Kurt R., 70: Charlotte 
Rilchie. Robert L.. 71 Concord 
Schorr, Andrew J., 71 New York. N Y 
Sifford, Eric M.. 71: Granite Quarry 
Sirull, Allen L. 71: High Point 
Slallings. lohn B,. '69 Herlford 
Summey. Dan M,. '69: Charlotte 

• Taylor. Delaney H, 69: Kinslon 
looker. Joseph C. 71 Bedford, NY 
Whilaker. Richard E.. 71: Durham 
Williams. Clarke C. 70: Short Hills. N | 
Woodard, Charles E-. "69 Hertford 
Worth. Donald A-, 71: Newlon. Mass 
Wyall. III. Robert 1 , 70: Raleigh 
Young, |r. Robert C. 70: Bethel 

Young. III. Stephen A,. 69 Cleveland. Ohio 

• Allen, Ross O.. 70: Winston-Salem 
Barefoot. Donald C. 71: Salemburg 
Barnes. David R.. 70 Chapel Hill 
Bass. III. William E.. 70: Washington 
Batten. Phillip G . 71: Thomasville 
Balls. David B., 71 Greensboro 
Beauchemin, Phil, 70: New York. NY 

• Black\vell, Richard T,. 69: Wmston-Salem 
Bowman. Terry R . 69: King 

Brandon, Richard A, 71, Kannapolis 
Browder, Kenneth G.. 71: Charlotte 
Brown. Roger K., 71 Charlotte 
Buergey, William C„ 70: Kansas Citv. Mo. 
Bunting. Duane R , 71: .^sheboro 
Byler, David M . 68: Hickory 
Byrd. Steve. 71 Dunn 

• Carroll. Perry T. '69: King 
Carson, Don'c , 71: Bethel 
Cheatham, Robert B , 71 Durham 
Cheek, |ohn M , 71: Concord 
Chilton, limmie H.. 71 Greensboro 
Coleman. Robert B., '68: Silver Spring. Md 
Corbm. Robert T. 71: Fort Myers. Fla, 
Dameron, Frank L.. 7i: Tabor City 
Eagle. Kenneth L. 71: Salisbury 

• Easter. Mark G . 69: Greensboro 
Elliott, lames E.. 70; Oxford 
Evens, Mark F. 71: Richmond, Va, 
Everhardt. Jerry R., 70: Cleveland 
Fromme, Lewis S , 7l Bronxville. NY 
Fuller, Maynard D. 71: Raleigh 
Gar>', Richard D., 71 Richmond. Va, 
Harhss. Jr. Charles !-, 70: Wilmington 
Harwell, Ronald R , 71 Maiden 

• Haskett, Ir . loseph R . 71: Hertford 
Holland. Kannelh R,. 70: Canton 
Honeycutt, Theodore C.. 71: Tuckasegee 
Hudson, jr. Frank P. 68: Atlanta, Ga 
[olly. Jerry A, 71 Tabor City 

Keller. John E , 6S: Lexington. Ky 
Koonce. Jr , Stanley M,. 70: Raeford 
Lax, Charles M.. 70: Troy 
Levin. Charles B.. 71 Bay Harbor. Fla 

• Uwis, Jr.. Laird W . 70: Charlotte 
Lyies. Stephen M.. 71 Shallotte 
Madry. Randall H H.. 7i, Raleigh 
McBride, Jerry W , 71 Madison 
Miller, William R,, 71: Gary 
MiUikm, William G. 70: Greensboro 
Mims. Randy D,. 71: Greensboro 
Morehead, Milton G,. 71 Durham 
Moser. Sidney T. '69: Winslon-Salem 

• Murray. Jr.. Charles F,. 71 Hertford 
Nichols. Timothy H . 68: Uxmgton 
Norvelle, Johnny E.. '68: Candler 
Orr. Ir . Lynn H , 70: Winston-Salem 
Overton. William H , 71 Richmond. Va 
Payne. Charles G.. "68: Bn,son City 
Pistolis, Athas J , 70 Mountain Home 
Pittard. Robert E,. 68 Burlington 
Priddy, Michael D , 70 Clemmons 

• Redmond. 11. Edgar F , '68 Wmslon-Salem 
Richards. William W , 70: Wallace 
Rigdon, Donald L., 71; Brevard 
Rudisill. Jr.. Jesse R.. sg: Hickory 
Shanks, David O , 70: Greensboro 



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Smilh. Kimbrough C . 70: Oxford 
Sivanley. Chnslopher B., '71: Soudertori. 
Swindell, |r, Roben T,, "70: Wilminglon 

• Wesl. Andrew C. 71: Cherryville 
Wh.tlenton. Ir . Charles M.. 71. Dunn 
Wilson. III. Charles P , 70: Winston-Salci 
Yachan. George. 71 Durham 

Za(:har>'. Mark S . 71 Cashiers 
Allred. Michael U. 71 Raleigh 
Alwalcr, Luther A . 71 Chapel Hill 

• Bennett. Michael N,. 70: Raleigh 
Blankenship. Malcolm B.. '68 Charlotte 
Bradley, Russell W . 71 Lillington 
Branson. Ir . Roy E,. 'SB: Ft, McClellan. A 
Brantley. |r, fames O, 70 Sanford 
Briggs, William R,. 71 Plymouth. Mass 
Burgin, Robert E , 71: Candler 
Burnett. Randall R . m lacksonville, Fla 
Cochran. Robert \ . "68 Shelby 






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Cozza. Micheal A. '69: Windsor. Conn, 
Dicks. Rodger O,. 70: Hickory 
Dillon, Larry W,, 69: Winslon-Salem 
Freeman, II, Beverly L, 71: Charlotle 
Gilleland, |ames W , 70: Newton 
Halliwanger. William W. 70: Wti 



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Holden, Ronald L-, 71 Supply 

• Hurley, Patrick A , '69: Canton 
Hurley. Richard B , 68: Canton 
lones. Barry N,. '69: Santord 
Keller, Robert M,. '69: Naperville, III, 
Keraic. Stephen B,. '68: Candler 
Killian, Ir. Carl D,. 71 Cullowhee 
Lock, Robert C. '69: lacksonviUe 
Lonon. III. Oscar G.. 71: Charlolle 
Martin. Philip L. 70: Tampa. Fla 

• Millikin. Robert S.. '68: Greensboro 
Morgan. Mark S,. '69: Winston-Salem 
Moseley, Stephen R , 71: Chattanooga. Tenn, 
Moser, Allen C, 'eO; Winston-Salem 
Narron. James W. 70: Smithlield 

Neal. Philip S,. 71 Greensboro 
Nicholson, Larry K . 71: Candler 
Parsley, William A , 70: Hillsborough 
Reid, Archibald C, '69 Arlington 

• Riddick, Terry L, 70 Corapeake 
Ruflin, David H , 71 Ahoskic 

Schleck, Jr., George |., 70 Meadowbrook, Pa. 
Sexton, Elmer W , 70: Garner 
Seymour, Robert } , 71 Greensboro 
Shore, Jr , Albert T, 71 Greensboro 
Short. Ir . [ohn R . 71: Southern Pines 
Shuman. Donald L. '69: Swannanoa 
Smith. Kenneth W,. 70: St Albans, W, Va, 
• Sprinkle, Ronnie V , 69: Charlotte 
Stamps, Lvttleton L, '68 Yanceyville 
Stroud, David S,, 71 Fuquay-Varina 
Taylor, George W . 70 Durham 
Thompson, Jr., Carl F, 68 Falls Church. Va, 
Toppe, Richard S , 71: Hillside, N,|, 
Walsh, Steve M , 68: North Wilkesboro 
Westmoreland, David G.. '68: Mooresville 
Williams. Delbert E,. 71: Shallotte 

• Wilson, lames M,, '71: Raleigh 
Young. John M,. '70: Rocky Mount 
Bayard. Richard H.. 71: Wilmington, Del, 
Berg, Peter E,, '70- Little Silver, N |, 
Brut, Spruell R , '69: Fair Bluff 

Brown, Peter M , "71 New York. N.Y 
Carrier, Stuart I,. 70: Alexandria. Va 

• Church. Ray E., '71 Hickory 
Crocker. Robert L. '70: Rocky Mount 
Cunningham. Edward R.. '71: Bryson City 
Czajkowski. Edward W . '71: Gary 
Darrow, |r., Edward E, '70: Henderson, Kv, 
□exheimer, Clifford S,, 71 Manasquan, N 1 
Durham. Albert F. '70: Charlotte 

Farlow. |r . Dudley F. '70: Trinity 
Galliher. Timothy N,. '71: Kannapolis 

• Garner, Phillip A., '71 Snow Hill 
Gilmore, [r , William 1 . '70: Charlotte 
Gupton. Ted G . '69: Louisburg 
Haynsworth. |r , Perry B, '68 Plainfield. N,|. 
Hogan. fr . lames E. '70: Wingate 

lost. Peter H,. 71: Montreal. Canada 
Kirby, Sammy R , '70: Kenly 
Kutz, Paul H„ "71: Fayetteville 
Laudate, Micheal F, "70: Charlotte 

• Lee, Danny W . "70: Mooresville 
Lewis. Gary. '70: Chincoleague. Va. 
Manning. |"r,, |ohn T,, "68. Greensboro 
McDonald. |r.. |ohn A,. '69: |acksonville 
McGee. Bennie G. "70: Angier 
Michael. Gary H,, 71 Kernersville 
Mitchell, Robert H , '68: Louisburg 
Moir, Donald T, '71 Hickory 
Morgan, Jr , Charles W., '70: Asheville 

• Nasehos, Tommy L , '70 lacksonville 
Newsome, Samuel C. 71: King 
Odham, |r., Leonard R,, 71 Fair Bluff 
Owens, Ronald K , 71 Wilmington 
Ownbv, Ir, Ralph L, '70: Cherokee 
Paschall, William H , '70: lacksonville 



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Perry, Albert D , 
Perry, Joseph D , 

• Perry, Warner B, 
Pope, |r. William 
Poulin. Allan R,. '70: Goldsboro 
Propper. Robert N . '71: Huntington. N,l 
Ringle, Andrew □., '70: Chevy Chase, M 
Robinson, Steve S,, 71: Moorseville 
Rodgers. Richard L. '71 Atlanta. Ga, 
K.ieerson, Andrew S,, '71: Hertford 
Knllinv Charles L, '71 Henderson 

• h'ii,,.li Miphen F. '70 Granite Falls 
^. Im- n.-rr, Jon C, 71 Springfield. Pa. 
Sniilh, Charles S,, "71 Kannapolis 
Smith, Michael P , '69: Fayetteville 
Swendiman. Alan R,. '69 Kensington. W 
Talbert, William D,, '71: Mooresville 
Tuller, Robert A,, "69 Hendersonville 
Urquhart, William E., '71 Lewiston 
Walser, John F , '71 High Point 



Colleges 143 



I Wdlsh.lohn T. 71 Washinglon. DC 
U'ann, James C. 70: Lookout Mounlain.Ti'n 
VVcalherly. lames H , 68: Charlotle 
Wood. Pliitip S.. 70: Winston-Salem 
Wrighl. Paul H., 70 Shelby 
Wright, |r . Wilbur W . '68, Shelby 
Yount. Robert O., '71 Hickory 



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.■\lken. Ill, Warwick, 71: Rockingham 
,Ander5on, |uhn T. 71 Charlotle 
-■Vnderson, Wilbert R . 70: Elizabeth City 
Beale. Ernest F, 69 Wilmington 
Bishop. 111. Elmer L . 69 Asheville 
Braralett, |ohn L. 70: Clyde 

Brandts. Henry P.. 71: Chapel Hill 
Brick. Ion C. '69: lacksonville 

• Burcham. Ira R . 68 Leaksville 
Campbell. Ralph R . 71 Castoma 
Casey. Ronald N.. 68, Durham 
Cavis. Gordon P . 71 Bristol. N H 
Connelly. Charles E . 70: Vineland. N,l 
Cranford. Harold V . 70 Lexington 
Dabrowski. Richard C. 70: Concord. Mass 
Day. Kenneth C '69: Burlington 
Daughlry. |r . |ohn P. 70 Pine Level 

• Dellinger. Charles E,. 70 Hickory 
Duccy. Charles P.. 70 Charlotte 
Dutt. Phihp L,. 71 Lexington. Ky 
Fields. Divighl A . 70 Selma 

Forrest. Steven D. 71 Neu Shrewsbury. N 
Freedman. Robert H . 71 Greensboro 
Garrett. Michael C. 68 Atlanta. Ga. 
Gillam. Robert S . 70: Windsor 
Glass, lames M . 71: Chattanooga. Tenn 

• Goldstein. David E. 71: Maitland. Fla 
Graham, Richard S,. 70: Greenville, S C 
Hale, Larry L,, 71: Kinston 

Henard. Branch H,. 71, Nashville, Tenn 
Hoots. William. 71; Winston-Salem 
Hutchinson. Robert W . 70 Berlin. Germai 
Hutchison. Frederick D . 71 Raleigh 
lennings. 111. Frank A.. 71 Elizabeth City 
lerome. Jr . Robert L . 71 Atlanta, Ga 

• lordan. John M,, 71. Uurinburg 
Karres. Matthew | . '68: Charlotte 
Kowalskl. Francis X.. 70: Wayne 
Unaghan. James M . 71 Winter Park. Fla 
Llewellyn. John T,. 71 Southern Pines 
Lloyd, David Z. 71 Asheville 

Logan, Thomas J . 70: Ridgewood. N 1 
Lowe. Kenneth H.. 71 Harrellsville 
Marlowe. Michael T . 71 Blacksburg. Va 

• Matthews. Larry M . 71: Charlotte 
Maxey. 111. William E.. 69: Powhatan. Va 
McCuiston. Peter C. 71: KernerTjville 
McGee. III. lames E-. '69: Bluefield. W Va 
McManus. Ronald N.. '68: Charlotte 
McNeill, George V, '68: Lumberton 
Michael, Randall B, 70 Lexington 
Moore, Ralph C, '69: Raleigh 

Morris. R. David. '70: Pitlsbnro 

• Nelson. Bobby M.. '69: Randleman 
Nuttall. Keith E. '71 Sweetwater. Tenn 
Page. Bruce C. '71 Charlotle 

Perry, John B . '71 Colei 



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• Sherrill. Dan S . '69: Belmont 
Smith. Colin S.. '71 Davidson 
Smith, Steven T, 71: Greenvillf 
Snider. William D,, 71: Hopkinsville 
Spinalis, Peter H,, '69, Wilmington 
Stair, Thomas () , 71: Richmond, Va 
Stone. Grady M. '71: King 

Suich. Dennis M,. "70 Pfafftown 
Tate, John T, '70: Banner Elk 

• Teaslcy Alan B., '70: Durham 
Underbill. Peter |,. '68: c;harlotle 
Warren, Lewis P. '70: Raleigh 
Wilson. William G.. '71 Lincolnlon 
Yellon. David E,. '69: Hickory 
Adams. Richard |,, '71: Atlanta, Ca 
Bailey, Michael S,. '70: Roanoke Rap 



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Heasley. |r . Robert | . 6 
Hrooks, Samuel W. '71 
Hullnck. Duncan D,. 69 
Butler, Stephen R„ '71 I 
Byrne. David E,. '71 Pai 
Carroll, |ohn R , '70 Wi 
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Edwards, lames p. 71 Salisbury 
Evarts. John D . '71 New Vork. N Y 
Evdo. Brian R . 70 Fanwooil. N I 
Finger. Gerald D. 71 Ch.irlolte 
Fisher. Phillip T. '70 Kannapolis 






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• Fleck. Gary S , 70 Rayelleville 
Godwin. Larry R . '69: Salisbury 
Comer. \\\. Charles A.. 71 Baltimore. Md. 
Haigwood. Thomas D.. 70: Greenville 
Hardister. Roger A.. 71 Badm 

Hardy. |r,. William M.. 71: Snow Hill 
Harringlon. Claude D,. 7ft Kannapolis 
Harrison. William D.. 7ft Chapel Hill 
Haynie, )ohn H . 70 Hope Mills 

• Hicks. Carlos D,. '68: Morganton 
Hood. Jr. Robert L,. 71: Lenoir 
Hughes, William |.. 71: Snow Hill 
lohnston. Wiley W.. 71: Clinlon. Tenn. 
Julian. Robert W,. '69 Randleman 
lustesen. Benjamin R . 71: Dunn 

Kail. Robert P.. '69: Sarasola. Fla. 
Lassiter. Donald T.. '69: Eure 
Lee. Rodney M.. '69: Arapahoe 

• Levin. Barry M,. '7ft Mt Gilead 
Lewin. William N. '7ft Durham 
Lewis. Andrew B.. '71: Raleigh 
Lewis. Charles B-. '68, West End 
Lewis. Richard N. '68: West End 
Lloyd. Donald K . '68: Mebane 
Longiey. James F. '71 Birmingham. Mich. 
l»Iandelkorn. |oel. '7ft Greensboro 
Mann. William |,. '69: Sanford 

• Mannon. Donald L.. '7ft Durham 
Marco. Teig D.. '71: Richmond. Va 
Matthews. George E . '71 Wadesboro 
McAulay. [r . Albert L . '71 Mt Gilead 
Merntt. Timothy E. '7ft Chapel Hill 
Messick, Turner P. '71 Burlington 
Millikan, Chip. 69 Randleman 
Murray, [oel A,. '71: Burlington 

9 Myers. Harold E., '71 Charlotte 
Paige. Richard D.. '69: Greensboro 
Packer. Michael R . '7ft Petersburg. Va, 
Parham, |asper W , '70: Henderson 
Parks. |r . William S,. '71 Ramseut 
Pittman, lames A,, '69: FayelteviUe 
Porter. 111. lames N,. '69: Charlotte 
Rabon. Carlie R,. '69: Chadhourn 
Reaser. James P.. '71: Gary 
Rhodes. Victor G,. '70 Hickory 

• Rice. Edward D,, '69: Bayboro 
Robinson. Daniel R.. '71: Troy 
Rogers. Randolph V . '71 High Point 
Rutledge. [ohn R,. '69: Oxford 

Sale. |r , Edward D . '70 Charlotte 
Scarborough. David E. '71 Tallahassee. Fla 
Smith, Alfred E., '71: Signal Mountain, Tenr 
Taylor, Carl T.. '71 Hickory 
Thomas. Bryce O,. '69: Matthews 

• Thompson, Charles D,, '71 McLeansville 
Waggoner, William C , '70 Charlotte 
Webb, Addison L. '71: Chattanooga. Tenn 
Williams. Arthur S . '71: Charleston. S.C 
Alexander. Alan H.. '71: Rocky Mount 
Backus. Jr. George B.. '71: Savannah. Ga 
Baker, Ronald G , "71: Ahoskie 

• Ballard, James S,, '70 Elizabelh City 
Barnes, Jr , William A, '7ft Smithfield 
Belinsky, David L, '71: High Point 
Benfield, Dennis A,, '71 Hickory 
Blakewood. Ill, Benjamin F. '70: Greensbor 
Brady. James E,. '71: Greensboro 

Briggs. Roger A., '71: Charlotte 
Brown. James H.. '71: Washington 
Carrington. Luther H . '69: Durham 

• Carrington. Watt S., "71: Durham 
Cline. III. Edward L. 71: Salisbury 
Cruse. William B., '7ft Mooresville 
Davis. III. Cameron. '71: Indiana. Pa. 
Dyson. Hugh M.. '71: Raleigh 
Faulkner. Lee A,. '68: Marshville 
Fawcett. Thomas E.. 71: Charlotte 
Ferguson. Thomas E., '71: Waynesville 
Finnell. Edward L . '71: Micro 

• Ford, Russell T-, '70: Raleigh 
Fox. Jr.. Robert G . '71 Charlotte 
Carnett. James F. 71 Charlotte 
George, Don B,. '71 Durham 
George. Joseph W,, '71 Wilmington 
Gilliam, Larry M., '68 Whiteville 
Godwin, John B , '71 Dunn 
Goodman, Norman B , '71 Salisbury 
Gwyn, Allen H , '71 WinstonSalem 

• Hager. Joel L , 70: Salisbury 
Hall, 111, James T,, '71: Ahoskie 
Harmon, James P , '71 Winston-Salcm 
Harrell, Clifford M , '71 Waynesville 
Harrington, III. Arthur D.. '68: HendersonviU 
Henry. Michael E,, "71 Durham 
Heritage, James S., "71 Greensboro 
Hickman, Wayne, "69: Lumberton 

Hicks. Jr . Howard K,, 71. Knoxville, Tenn. 

• Hoffman. Milo J. '68: Charlotte 
Hoover. Everett C '7ft Ml, Gilead 
House, Thomas S., '7f Durham 
Howes, Henry G„ '71: Micro 
Humphrey. James W . '71- Ahoskie 
larvis, James P.. '71: Pfafftown 
lohnson. Nathan R , ■7ft Dunn 



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Colleges 145 



• Leeb. Peler M . '71, New York. NY. 
Masnn. George G,. 69 New Bern 
Mallhews. Benjamin | . 71: King 
McCurdy. William S , M: Charlolle 
McRae. Cameron W . 71 Charlotte 
Moset. )r. WatJe H . 71 Winston-Salem 
Osborne. Woodworlh D.. 71 Dunn 
Peppeni. Wallace R.. 70: Wilson 

Pratt. Samuel K., '69: Durham 

• Rathburn. Curtis S,. 70: Vienna. Va. 
Reich. Ronald E.. 71 Charlotte 
Reid. Charles F,. 70: Winslon-Salem 
Riley. Anthony L . 71 Durham 
Sabales. Guillermo I . 71: Charlolle 
Scrugis. Michael C. 71: Henrietta 
Sinnetl. Thomas G . 70: Nelvton 
Smith, Michael E. 71: Fayelleville 
Spring. Thomas C . 71 Goldsboro 

• Stewart. Wayne. 70: Four Oaks 
Treacy. Francis j , 71 Charlotte 
Warren. Donald L , 69: Hiddemte 
Webster. Edward B.. 71 Madison 
West, lames F . 70: East Spencer 
White. Urry K.. 71: YoungsviUe 
Woolen. III. John E.. 71 Wake Forest 
Woolton. Barry E.. 71 Cincinnati. Ohio 
Yates. Danny I. 71 Newport 

• Zumwatt. Elmo R . M |ulare. Calif 
Zumwalt. lames G . 70: Annandale. Va 
Blair. II. William H.. 70: Favetteville 
Blizzard. |ohnnic E,. 70: Pink Hill 
Boles. Larry C. W: King 

Bouldin. Thomas W.. 70: Trinity 
Boulus. Peter M . "68: Salisbury 

• Bower. Gregory K . 71 WesI [efferson 
Boyd. Donald L , '69 Charlotte 
Bullock. Charles C . 71 Burlington 
Burns, lerry M . 70 Asheboro 
Camp. John M . '69: Concord 
Carroll, |r . Ervin M.. '70 Smdhdeld 
Chestnut. |erry I. '68: Madison 
Childs. Wade D . '70: Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Christopher. Frank M . '70 Grifton 

• Culpepper. Michael L,. '68 Elizabeth City 
Dabney, |r. |ohn C. '71: Allai 



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Deal. Timothy E . '70 |acks( 
Fahrner. William B R . '70: Greenville 
Fasl. Eric C. '71 Cincinnati. Ohio 
Featherstone. Harry L. '68: Belmont 
Fulrell. Thomas M . '68: Raleigh 
Gladden. |ohn R . '70: Charlolle 

• Hamilton. |ohn A. '71 Charlotte 
Harrell. Paul T . '71: Wake ForesI 
Halley. Rolan M.. '71: Albemarle 
Highsmith, Samuel N . '70: Burlingame. Call 
Hill, |r . Bob F. '70: Murfreesboro 
Hill. Thomas W . '70: Murfreesboro 
Holden. III. John R . 71 Jacksonville 
Holleman. Sanford P . 71: Greensboro 
Houck. Brickley M . '70 Raleigh 

« Humphrey. Charles | . 71 Brookville, NY 
jeffcoal. Orman C, '69: Rocky Mount 
lohnson. jr.. Richard N,, '68: Pitlsboro 
[ones, Dan W , 71 Albemarle 
Kelly, 111, Pruett.A . '71 Burlington 
Killian, Charles F , '71 Lincolnton 



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Kuesel. [effery T. '69 Greenvale. NY 
Langley. Charles P,. '71: New Bern 

• Lilley, lames P, '89: Elizabeth City 
Luomis, Joseph R„ '70 Alexandria, Va 
Maness, Ronald D,, '89 Carthage 
Mr.Nairy. Charles L,. '68: Greensboro 
Milhken. Harry A,. '70: Raleigh 
Mitchell. Stewart P,. '71 Greensboro 
Morgan, William K-, '68: Maysville 
Norlhey, |ohn H , '71 Charlolle 
Osborne, Marvin E. '71 West [efferson 

• Patterson. Donald W . '69: Salemburg 
Pendlelon. Charles A , '71 Lincolnton 
Powers. Wayne P.. '68: Siler City 
Reynolds. Hank F. 71 Balon Rouge. La 
Scotl. Terry L. "69: Winslon-Salem 

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Williams, Slephen B , "68: Asheville 
W.ilfinglon, Ronald E, "69 Winslon 
Wood, lames B . "70- l.incnininn 



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HINTON JAMES COLLEGE 



Hinton-James Residence College, new in 1967 
and in its first year of existence, has already be- 
come an intricate and active part of the residence 
college system — a leader of South Campus ac- 
tivity, 

lames continued in the belief that a dormitory is 
more than walls and hard beds, and that a resi- 
lience college is instead an attack upon the vast- 
ness and impersonality of the rapidly expanding 
Lmiversity system. 

And so as September brought what seemed like 
at least a thousand lost freshmen, they found a 
place for intellectual pursuit, social functions, in- 
formative gatherings and opportunities: for partici- 
pation in countless activities, for friendship, and 
even for fun. 




OfFICERS - SEATED: Randy Merrill, Acodemic Lt. Governor; A. 
OTHERWISE: Bill Darrah, Governor; lee Hunler, Social l». Gove 
tary. 



Fraiier, College Maste 
or; Clifton Bryant, Sei 




James Senafe 




Cullut-fs 147 



LEFLER-NEWSOME HOUSE 




Lefler-Newsom House of Hinton James had to have the most 
outstanding crew ever assembled on one floor — particularly in 
the kick off first year — that this campus has seen in a while. 

To start, we had the governor (until the Phi's got him and 
worked him over but good) in the personage of Miles Leo. Across 
the hall was the power of the press himself Wayne "Ambulator" 
Hurder. Due to Murder's dedication and large bull whip, the Am- 
bulator became a sure bet to take the Best College Paper award 
away from the Lizards across the street in Mighty Moo. who had a 
strangle hold on it for two years running. 

For campus politics. A |ames had almost a nauseating glut of 
them. Hurder threatened early to take over The Daily Tar Pit, 
challenged by our own RA Steve Knowlton. The game of politics 
takes a while, which probably explains why Knowlton wasn't 
around too much. 

Then we had Bruce |olly, a strong University Party Legislator 
on one side of the hall, complemented by SP Legislator Jose 
Auten, who picked up a nice package in the form of the chairman- 
ship of the Campus Affairs Committee. 

Back on Hurder's side of the floor were the Dynamic Duo from 
the UP. Dick Levy and Poor-but-Honest Charlie Mercer. Probably 
the two biggest guns seen in the UP and elsewhere in a long time, 
Mercer and Levy could be heard chuckling and talking until all 
hours of almost every morning. 

House Pres. Bill Lee took the reins early and along with V.P. Jeff 
Davis and Sec. Danny Webb provided the leadership for this 
motley crew. Also. Lee got himself elected to the Men's Honor 
Court and spent at least one night a week reviving the Salem 
Witch Trials. 

House senator. Joel Kronenberg, set world records by collecting 
SI from everybody on the floor for absolutely nothing. Do it, Joel. 

Country Ed Rexrode and suitemate Bill Hodges got right in the 
swing of things early and drafted both RA's into the construction 
of the slickest "coke case " this side of the ATO house. The design 
was considered a most efficient one. but some skeptical teetotal- 
ers (from other places like South Building) said they thought it 
looked a hell of a lot like a bar. Anyhow, in a month, similar furni- 
ture started showing up all the way up the building though it was 
clear that Country Ed had no equal for bar-building (when he 
wasn't in Greenville at ECC or ECU or whatever.) Mighty MO 
even sent a delegation over to inspect and went back and built 
themselves a few cheap imitations. 

It was a great impetus for the Residence Colleges and South 
Campus. 

Of course, on occasion we wished that we weren't directly over 
Chief Adolph's domain. Great ears had A.D. He could hear beer 
spill on the floor above him even w'hen sound asleep. 




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CHASTITY HOUSE 



When we first residents of Hinton James 
came here, there was only a name. This 
name was no more than an identification of 
a dormitory. It held none of the spirit of 
unity that is so vital in human experience. 
Even within the dormitory there were no 
binding forces beyond personal friendship. 

Today, through the diligent efforts of the 
members of "C" House (4th floor), we have 
become functioning members of a unified 
group. Through intramural activities our 
house has become closely allied with others 
in the competitive spirit. Our social activi- 
ties have helped to bring the members of 
our house closer together in fraternal spirit. 
"C" House officers and members have 
worked unceasingly to make "C" House the 
best. 

In the future we hope to make even more 
improvements in our house. Wo are plan- 
ning to decorate our social room and to start 
a floor library. Hopefully, we will leave be- 
hind us more than a dormitory, but the spir- 
it of UNC. 




OFFICERS — Wayne Sfoton, Secretory; Richord Do 
Glenn lucos, President. 

"Goefhes G 





OFFICERS — Fred Hutchison, Vice-President; "Tommy Bello, Senator; Raymond 
Seipp, Senotor; Ron Howard, President; Bill Schottner, Senator; Sonny Watkins, 
Treasurer. 





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DIX HOUSE 



In its first year, Dix House started out to a slow 
beginning as a result of the inexperience of every- 
one in organizing a house. Nevertheless, it was one 
of the first houses in James to decorate its social 
room. This social room proved to be a popular spot 
on Saturday night v/hen there was always a rush 
for an empty couch. The election of permanent of- 
ficers promised to bring some sort of stability and 
unity to the house. 

Dix House produced a new breed of man charac- 
terized by calves, well-developed from long hikes 
to town: a beer gut, imported from the Shack; eyes, 
blood-shot as a result of long hours of study (well, 
it sounds good anyway); and lips, chapped from all 
the loving he didn't get at W.C. 

As time progresses, Dix House hopefully will 
too. 



The Members of Dix Hou 



Colleges 149 



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E" HOUSE 



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OFFICERS — SEATED. Tony Palmer, Vice-President; Bill Parks, President; Jim Slire- 
wall, Secretary-Treasurer. STANDING: Ray Conoy, Senator; Doug Tilt, Assistant R. 
A.; Fred Malt, Senator; Steve Alexander, Senator; John Henry Bridges, Senator; 
Horry Brick, Senator. 



Life on the sixth floor of James, now known as E 
House, has been both varied and interesting. Early 
in the year, E House saw the appointment of Bill 
Parks of Charlotte, N,C., as President: Lee Hunter 
of Miami, Fla,, as Vice-President and Social Direc- 
tor: and James Stirewalt, Herndon, Va., as Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, 

The activities started immediately after the ap- 
pointments. President Parks held weekly house 
meetings to announce important events. Lee Hun- 
ter organized the first social activity for the floor 
(the first at James!) and a mixer with the sister 
dorms for the entire dormitory. He then organized 
a barbeque held during South Campus Weekend 
which was well-attended and well-liked. Jim Stire- 
walt has published two editions of the floor news- 
paper, the E House Ragg (the first newspaper pub- 
lished in the dorm). 

The floor has also competed in intramural bas- 
ketball and volleyball, and an outstanding per- 
formance at the fall track meet, placed E House 
fifth in the initial standings. Both Tom Wolfe and 
Lee Hunter placed in the meet. 

On November 14, floor elections were held and 
Tony Palmer of Wayne, Pa,, was chosen to replace 
Lee Hunter, who resigned to become Social Lieu- 
tenant-Governor of James. We of E House look 
back fondly on our first year in James, 




T" HOUSE 



Clean-cut, ail-American men — that's what 
F-house tries to produce. And through the first 
semester of the school year 1967-68, we have 
been very successful in producing that type of 
man from our predominantly freshman F- 
house troop. We feel that living in F-house has 
benefited each boy in some way, either 
academically, for the study time and facilities 
are available, athletically, for we participated 
in all intramural sports, and also produced 
some freshmen and varsity athletes, or socially. 
for the social affairs that we sponsored or parti- 
cipated in were highly successful. All three as- 
sets of F-house are manifested in the products 
of a year's hard work, which started on no base 
at all, since this was the first year of existence. 
The photo to the right should prove that F- 
house has started each boy on the road to suc- 
cessful college years and a successful career. 




OFFICERS — Warren RiV/s, Vice-President; Mike Timmons, 
President; Donald Hammer, Secretary-Treasurer. 




•West Side F-Hoi 




CoUvf-va 151 



"I" HOUSE 

Sometimes known as the Penthouse, Lover's 
Leap, or the Fifth Squadron Command Post of the 
Streeter Air Force, James I House occupies the 
crowning point of Bill Darrah's version of Frontier 
Village. 

Whether on clear days when the tenth floor in- 
habitants overlook the skyline of downtown Dur- 
ham and the slums of dook. or those cold, snowy 
mornings when the boys have to use ice picks to 
open the suite doors, the Penthouse is constantly 
under the iron rule of A. D.'s able overseers. Ster- 
ling Phillips and Allan Shepard. 

Though cringing in the memory of the student 
union collapse and wary of the great chunks of 
concrete that have fallen away from the balcony. 
Big I boys carry on a fairly normal life in the "land 
of the sky." Without failure freshman soccer star 
Pete Seggel has his daily practice in the suite hall, 
some take nightly strolls on the roof, and Sterling is 
always ready to arrange dates with dook co-eds. 

But no matter how brave the members of I House 
may seem, there is a constant and profound hope 
that the god of the elevators will always have 
mercy on them. 



Something old and something new . . . 

Traditionally a boys dorm, Connor, named after 
R.D.W. Connor, who was at one time head of the 
History Department and who became a National 
Archivist, turned loose to women!!! 

What bedlam! Orientation counselors sleeping 
in the basement . . . The new arrivals muttering 
"Oh, what a nice room, but no bed??! — Shower 
curtains, please!" 

Progress but growing pains . . . the gradual 
change in decor . . . carpeting and a color TV in the 
parlor, and elsewhere a piano, vending machines, 
study rooms, and with a gratful SIGH, telephones, 
at last. 



Our built-in alarm clock ... the BOOM! BANG! 
THUD! WHACK! of construction work across the 
street ... the hustle of the highway patrolmen in 
Alexander who run track at 5:30 A.M. in broad 
dark. 

The fun and funniness of it all . . . talking to peo- 
ple from San Francisco to Miami, and all in the 
same conversation . . . every coed for herself in the 
mad rush downstairs for hot dogs during exams 
. . . dieting by day and eating by night ... the bull 
sessions and the friends ... the anticipation of an- 
other day and another year. 

And for the seniors, parting . . . but leaving be- 
hind something of themselves and leaving memo- 
ries of an exciting and fun year. 




OFFICERS - Joe fozio, Vice-PresidenI, Jock Carpenter, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Chuck FogJeman, President. 



efings in a word — diversity. 




CONNOR 




OFF/CERS AND HOUSE COUNCIl - FIOOR. Mary Ferrell, la Voice Hordison, grod- 
uole counse/or, Oovid Wilborn, graduate counse/or. SEATED. Xoren Darien, Vice- 
Preiidenl: Kqthy Hand, Harden Ridley, Junior Activitiei Chairman; June Orr, Presi- 
dent. STANDING: Nancy Dickens, Treasurer; Fronces Dickens, Secretary; Joyne 
Jackson, Kothy Courtney, Co-Sociol Choirmon; Suzanne lehotsky, Suianne Ston- 
field. 



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lOYNER 





Mrs. Netty Carringfon, House Moltier, Barbara Brown- 
ridge, President. 

OFFICERS - FRONT ROW: Andi Stein, WRC Represenfo- 
five; Anne lombert, CWC Representative: Belh McC/ure, 
Treosurer. SECOND ROW: Sue Toyrlor, Vice-President, 
Beck/ ScofI, Groduote Counselor. THIRD ROW: Barbara 
Hatt, Permanent House Council; Jotty Spencer, Graduate 
Counselor; Trudy McDonough, Activities Chairman. 



Adjusting to life in a boys' dorm presented 
several unique problems to the girls in Joyner. 
The first day the girls walked in stumbling 
ov,er minor things such as workmen and 
wires. Things did improve: the beds came, the 
lights were fixed, and the phones were found 
in someone's closet. The girls also found that, 
contrary to popular belief, the showers did 
have both hot and cold water. 

An evening date with a Joyner girl had sev- 
eral unique highlights. First, to keep the girls 
physically fit running up and down the stairs, 
the building staff of the University put house 
phones in "2 to 3 weeks" after orientation 
(that's administration slang for Christmas). 
After finding their dates, the boys got to try 
their hands at interior decorating in the newly 
finished parlor. Only then could they leave. 

In November, the coeds celebrated Joyner's 
first annual Urinal Beautification Contest in 
conjunction with Lady Bird's Keep America 
Beautiful Project. 

Joyner was proud to help out the fire drill 
situation in the boys' dorms. The girls found 
that Lewis could evacuate within V/i minutes 
after Joyner's alarm sounded. 

Four-hour house meetings held in a parlor 
with a density of ten girls per square chair also 
proved interesting. 

This is the beginning of Joyner's unique 
coed tradition. The girls "sign out" this chap- 
ter only to continue it in September of '68. 



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• Alixandcr. Carol A , 71 LillmRlon 
Archibald. Ellen R,. 69 Minneapolis. Mirni 
Arnold. Frances S , '71 Raleish 

Bassell. loan. 69: FairmonI 
Belnle, Virginia N.. 69 latksonville. Pla. 
Bonnell. Palricia. 70 Asheville 
Bishop. Mary C. 71 Raleigh 

• Bland. Mary E.. 69; Roxboro 
Bledsoe. Mary H.. 71 Cocoa Beach. Fla 
Briggs. Kalhy R.. 71: Winston-Salem 
Bonner. Hennella S-. '68: Challanooga. Ten 
Boone. Victoria T.. 70: Norfolk, Va 
Brewer. Barbara |.. 70: Pmk Hill 
Brownridge. Barbara A . 6R Charlotte 
Bruce. Carol A . 71 Faith 

Bryan. Christine M . 71 Trumbull. Conn 

• Buchanan. Curry S . 69: Durham 
Carrigg. Betsy L. 71 Raleigh 
Cole. Katherine O.. 71: Jacksonville 
Cornivell. lanel R.. 71 Chapel Hill 
Daniel. |ulia P.. '69: Spartanburg. SO. 
Davis, loyce L, 70: Charlotte 
Davis, Ruth M-, '68: Lexington 

Dill, Ann, '69 Rocky Mount 
Douglas, Sylvia I,. '71: Raleigh 

• Dunn. Martha I. '69 Danville. Va 
Ficker. Susan I,. '70: Hendersonville 
Fox. Helen M . '69 Atlanta. Ga 
Fralcy. Karen D . 71: Faith 
Goldsmith. Catherine G . '71 Raleigh 
Groh, Dianne V . 71. Lebanon. Pa 



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Hall. Karen M.. '71- Taylorsville 
Hatley. Cynthia A . '71 Pineville 

• Hayes. Sherry M . '69: Louisville, Ky 
Helbling, Adnenne L. '71 New Canaa 
Hiilroyd, Margaret E , '69 Charlotte 
Hsiung, Shang-Hsiu. '71 Raleigh 
Hull, ludilh L. '69. Winslon-Salem 
Hull, lane E, '69: Asheville 

Ingham, Helen A,, '69 Ft Lauderdale, Fla 
Johnson, Pamela B.. 69: Roanoke, Va 
Inmes, Marha A,. '71: Elkin 
9 Kcll. Eileen R-. 71 Asheville 
Korbdch. Karen | . '69 Nags Head 
Lambert, Margaret A„ '69 Clemson, S& 
Ledbi-ller, Mary W, '70 Raleigh 
Lemons, Glenda S , '69: Murphy 
Liltleiohn, Anne R., '71, Charlotte 
Lunslord, lean R,, '70: Severna Park. Md 
Mace, Linda [., '71 Marion 
Ml dure. Barbara B. 69 Clemson. SC 

• McKeown. Maclyn B. '71 Wilmington 
McLean. Margaret R , '69 Murfreesboro 
Milchelle, Carole | , 71 Dal 



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Murr.iv, Sandra M , *70: Asheville 
Myers," Catherine A . 71: Winslon-Salem 
^^eufeld, Patricia A. '71 Cullowhee 
Osborne. Ethel S.. '68, Wilkesboro 
Owens, Alene M , '70 Wilminglon 
( Ozment, |udith A , 71: Springfield, Va, 
Parker. Carol A,, '69 Benson 
Penny, Grace. '71: Greensboro 
Perkins. Sandra E.. '68: New Bern 
Plemmons. Beltv L. '71: Asheville 



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Prilchard. Lillian D.. 71: Asheboro 
Pursley. Susan Y,, '70: Gastonia 
Queen. Sara M . 71 Alexandria. Va 
• Rand, ludilh H . '69 Orlando. Fla 
Ray, Ann R , '69 North Wilkesboro 
Reed. Marcella A . '69 Kinston 
Reynolds, Phyllis D , 69 Morganton 
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• Romans, Kdlhprine, -1 Williamsburg, \ 
Ross, leannie B„ '69: Robersonville 
Scott, Martha A„ '71 Camp Springs, Mi 
Simpson, Rebecca L, '69 Marim 
Small. Martha. '69: Charlotte 

Spika, Palricia M,. '71: Columbus 
Spruill, Anita G.. '69; Kinston 
Starr, lennifer A,. -68; Lancaster, S C 
Stone, Susan E,, "69: Hope Mills 

• Tavlor, M,. Patricia, '69 Rocky Moiinl 
Troian, Theresa M.. '69: Burlingtim 
Tutlle. Donna. 71 Walnut Cove 
Ward. Maria M.. '69; Spartanburg, S C 
Wjrrington. Carol A , 71 Tryon 
Wilson. Myra |.. '70; Wilmington 
Wise. Paula [,, '69: Charlotte 
Yelverlon, Anne B,, '69: Fremont 
Allen, Barbara A., '69. Greensboro 

• .-Xtkins. lane S,. '69: Asheville 
Aycock. Marsha D„ "69: Greensboro 
Bartholomew, Carol L , 70 l)urh,im 
Beaver, Stephanie E„ '69; Wilson 
Beavers. Elaine M., '69 Greensboro 

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► Haley. Patricia. 71 Greensboro 
Hamnck. Cynthia S. 68: Shelby 
Hanson. Joyce L. 71 Edgewood. Md 
Harper. Margaret A . 71 iCinston 
Hauser. Brenda A,. '68: Charlotte 



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lizabeth A,. 70 Charlolle 
lames. Gladys L.. 69: Maple Hill 
lohnson. Patricia D.. 70: Henderson 
lones. Sarah A.. 70 Wilmington 
Leavilt. Chnsline. 71 Montclair. N j 
Loy, lacqueline A. 71 [acksonville. 
Lyerly. Cheryl A . 71 Charlotte 



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• Overman. Pat. 70 Rocky Mount 
Owen. Mary E.. 71 Fort Bragg 
Owens. Shelley K . 70 Shreveport. La 
Parker. |ulia D . 68: High Point 
Peck. Susan H . 71 Charlotte 
Pender. Janice K . 71 Burlington 
Pollard. L Theresa. 70 Ballleboro 
Rees. Kathy | . 71 Greensboro 
Rierson. Gwendolyn F . '68 Greensboro 

• Ritchie. Patty |.. '68: Salisbury 
Roxlo. Helen E.. '71 Wilmington. Del. 
Sawyer. Hazel A.. '71 Elizabeth City 
Shalett. Nancy A,. '70: New London. Conn 
Simpkins. Cynthia A.. '71 Wrightsville Beach 
Sisson. Renee A. 71 Wilmington 
Skinner. Carolyn E . '70: Durham 

Smith. Marione M . '69 Swannanoa 
Speer. Lou W . '71 BoonviUe 

• Steadman. Lois V,. '69 Fayetteville 
Steele. Cathy D.. '71 Alexandria. Va. 
Stephens. Rochelle A,. '69 Bethesda. Md 
Thompson, [udy D.. '70: Spindale 
Thome. Darlene C. '70: Wilson 
Tienken. Vickie L. '68: Wilmington 
Turner. Ellen S . '69: Danville. Va 
Wallace, lanel A.. '71: Yadkinville 
Ward. Marcella M.. '70; Tyner 

• Whitaker. Gayle T,. '70: Louisburg 
Wilder. Elaine. '70; Sanford 
Wilkinson. Lonnie D., '71- River Forest. Ill 
Williams. Deborah |.. '71 Richmond. Va 
Williams. Susan |,. '70: Atlanta. Ga 
Ynung, Mary | . '71: Wheaton. Md 
Aaron. Ralph S,. '69: Madison 

• Adkisson. Thomas R.. 71: Greensboro 
Ashburn. Robert W-. 71: Wmslon-Salem 
Bodie. Jr.. [ames W,, '71 Tryon 
Bolick. Kenneth D.. 71: Hickory 
Bowers. Michael M.. '71 Greensboro 
Boyles. Robert G.. '69: Lincolnton 
Brockman. Albert D.. '71 Maitland. Fla 
Brown. George L. '71 Lexington 
Brown. William P. '70: Asheville 

• Burdelte. Daniel W . '71 Hampton. Va 
Bushby. lames D . 71 Rockville. Md 
Caudle. David R . 71 Charlotte 
Codey. Thomas M,. '71: Charlotte 
Culbreth. II. Fred M.. '68' Raeford 
Davis. Seth B,. '71: Monroe 

Denny. Taylor S.. '71: Savannah. Ga 
Dormer. Robert R.. '71 Sanibel Is. Fla 
Eagle. II. Franklin L. '70 Mt Pleasant 

• Gee, Timothy W . '70 Southern Pines 
Cizinski. Richard S.. '70 Winslon-Salem 
Helms. Thomas E. '69: Monroe 

Hall. Peter W . '71: Shaflsburv. VI 
Hill. Larry G. 71 High Point 
llinshaw. Michael A.. '70: Randleman 
Hodges. William A.. 71: Charlotte 
Hudson. William |.. '68: Wilkesboro 
Hurder. Wayne |.. '69: Champaign. Ill 

• Huston. III. Aubrey. '71: Princeton. N | 
lohnson. |r . D. C. '69: Shawnee Mission. Kans 
lolly. Brace O. '69: McLean. Va, 
Kernodle. Michael W . 71: Wil 
Kirhy. Hilliard W,. 71 Ashevi 
Kitchen, |ohn E , 71 Vienna. Va 
Kronenberg. Joel 1.. 71 Chattanooga. Tenn 
Lee. William U . '69: Raleigh 

Light, Carl E, '69: Carv 

• Mabe, |erry W., 71 Winston-Salem 
Macon, Gerald A . '69: Mount Airy 
McLamb. Edward W. '69 Kinsliin 
McMunigal. 111. Philip A . '71 Chester. Pa 
Dates. Donnie A.. '71 Greensboro 
Oliphant. Charles F.. '71 Lookout Mt . Tenn 
Phillips. Charles C, 71: Southern Pines 
Purdie. Ir., John A,, '71: Fayetteville 
Rexrodc, Edward D , '71 Durham 

• Rice, Terry V., '69: Washington, DC. 
Schmid, III, Walter A.. "71 Fort Worth. Tex 
Schroeder, Stephen L„ '71 Charlotte 
Skinner, |r , Henry M.. '68: Wilson 
Stewart. Raymond P.. '71 New Canaan. Conn. 
Swepston. Anderson H,, '71: Greensboro 
Tarkington, Timothy O., 71 Four Oaks 
Taylor. Charles B., 71: Raleigh 

I'lnsley, Preston L, '69: Asheville 



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Wagnon, |ohn W,. '69: Raleigh 
Webb, Daniel C. 71: Shelbv 
Weslall. John C. 71: Asheville 
Williams, III. Asa Z.. 69: Raleigh 
Wood. Ronnie D.. 71: Four Oaks 
Velvetlon. George F. 70: Wilson 

• Auslin. Roger L.. 71: Marshville 
Baucom, |amcs C |r-. 71: Marshville 
Blanton. Thomas E.. |r . 68: Ellenboro 
Bowermaster, Michael. 71: Charlotle 
Bowman. Sleven C. 71 Manhassel, N.Y, 
Branch. Ben)amin C jr.. 71 Bedford. N.Y. 
Brookreson, |oe W.. "68: Meadowbrook. Pa. 
Brown, lames E,. 89 Burlington 
Browne. Thomas A.. 69: Charlollc 

• Burns. |ohnny R.. 71: Valdese 
Byrd. Robert E., 70: Va Beach, Va. 
Campbell, Charles S,. 71: Maiden 
Clayton. Lloyd E., 71: Birmingham. Ala 
Clifton, lames R . 71: Waco. Tex. 
Cline. Stephen E. 71: Hickory 
Collins. Charles D.. 71: Oakridge. Tenn. 
Comeaux, Preslon N , 111, 71 Charlotte 
Costner. William □,. Jr. 71: Asheville 

• Currin, Ronald W . '69: Sanford 
Dumbell. fames M.. 71 Charlotte 
Elder, lames F.. |r . 71 Mount Airy 
Elliott, Larry E., "68: Kernersville 
Estes. George C. 71 High Point 
Fearon. C. G.. 71: Southborough. Mass, 
Fox. L.arry L„ '68 Roxboro 

Gafford. William F. |r,. OS. Shaw AFB. S,C 
Goodson. Barron D . 71 Lincolnton 
« Gorman. Stephen L.. 71 Ormond Beach. Fla. 
Gower. |ohn R,. 71: Rocky Mount 
Heard. Thomas W., 70: Rochester. NY 
Hamilton, feffrey W., 71: Groton, Mass. 
Harkey, Troy B.. 71: Charlotte 
Herndon. [5ouglas W . 71 Durham 
Huffman. Lewis S . 71 Hudson 



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Hussey. Terry V,, 70: Robbins 

• Kalz, Drew G , 71 King of Prussia. P 
Koeblitz. Robert R.. '69: Greenville 
Kohler. William R.. '71: Dallas, Tex. 
Maness. Michael C. 71, Burlington 
McKellar. fohn F. ■7l' lackson 
Metlert. |ohn W . '71 Weston. Conn 
Melton. Arnold C. '69 Forest City 
Miles. David L. '71 Greensboro 
Owens. Gordon W . '71 Elm City 

• Penley. Grover W-, 71 Asheville 
Diaski. Philip W . '69: Kinston 
Pope, lerry L.. '71: Conway 

Rast. Phillip R , 71: Birmingham. Ala. 
Ray. William C. '69 Greensboro 
Rector. Douglas H . '71. Hudson 
Respess, William W,. '71 Panlego 
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OS N , '71 Gaslonia 
> H.. '71 Panama City. Fla 
les L. '70: Durham 
i K V. A,. '71: Mobile. Ala 



Allen. George S,. '71: Burlington 

• Atkins, lames W . '68: Mobile. Ala, 

Ball. Jr, Frederic |.. 71 Washington. DC 
Beam. Daniel W . '68: Hickory 
Blanton. |r.. William L. '68: Atkinson 
Blemly. Michael S. '71: Rockville. Md 
Brooks. |r,. William 1 . '69- Shelbv 
Caldwell. Iff. lessee B.. 71: Gaslonia 
Catlan, |r , Edward L, '71: Spencer. Mass. 
Chapman. Thomas L, 71: Carolina Beach 

• Cotton. |r , Kenneth B,. 71: Kipling 
Crelicos. Peter S.. '71 Charleston, S,C 
Culbreth. Michael D., 71: Fayetteville 
Davis, Richard L.. 71: Raleigh 
Dekle. Ralph C. 71: Kinston 
Etlenburg. Steven E,, 71 Spencer 
Elliot. |r . Robert W.. '71: Charlotte 
Faulkner. Adrian D.. 71 Kinston 
Ford. George I . '68: Atlanta. Ga. 

• Frost, lack N,. Grad.: Winston-Salem 
Furr. Richard L. '71: Charlotte 
Garrard. Robert F, 71, Durham 
Gibbons, lames M,, '71 Stuttgart. Germany 
1.11.111,1, Robert [.. 7L Cherry Point 
111,:: ,, I,, h luhn W.. '71 Kewaunee. Wis. 

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ruse. David S.. 71: Mi 
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:nvder. Randy | . '69 Durhai 
icas. Glenn B, '71 Rali-igh 



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• Mjin. |r . lohn W , 71 Columbus. Oh.o 
Mjnuum. lulian F. 71: Ralergh 
Markham. Daniel G . 71 Charloice 
McClelland, |r . lames M . 71 Charlolle 
McKmnon. McKav. 71 Wadesboro 
M.ller. Richard L., 71 Yadkinville 
M.iore, Townsend C . 71. Darling, Pa 
\eelv. Billv T., 71 Ml Holly 

Nelson, |r , lames H,, 71 Charlolle 

• \i.«ell. III, William R , Wendell 
Owen, III, Park H , 71 Nashville. Tenn 
Packard. Franklin A , 68: Shelbv 
Parker. Raymond E., 71 Fayelleville 
Pavlotl. lonalhan T. 71 Warren. Mich 
Pelers. Ill, William A.. 71 Elizabclh Cjiv 
Prassc. Edward P. 68 Pineville 
Plillease. Donald E.. 71 Winslon-Salem 
Ransome. III. Percy A . 71 Riverlon. N.| 

• Rhodes. Ir , Curtis S.. 71: Charlotte 
Shellon. Larry D,. 71 Winston-Salem 
Simpson, jr.. Ralph H., 71 Richmond, Va 
Snipes, |r„ Charles H . 71 Sanlord 
Slragand. William E . '68 Durham 
Sleele. III. William A. 71 Nashville, Tenn 
Swinson. Thomas S , 71: Durham 
Templeton. Steven D„ 71: Savannah, Ga 
Tew, Eugene, 71: Burlington 

• Tnimble. [on R.. 71: Charlotte 
Wilkinson. James D . 71: New Orleans, La 
Williams. II. lames W . 70 Concord 
Wise. Urrv W.. 71 Clemmons 

Wood, 111, lames A , 69 Charlotte 
Wright, Keith H., 71 Asheboro 
Aiken, jr.. Elven T . 71 Raleigh 

• .Arapage, George M.. 71 Wilson 



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Bennington. David A.. 71 Likiah. Calif 
Berlow. Bruce A.. 71: Belhesda. Md 

• Brandenburg. Robert A.. 69: Burlington 
Brown. Rickey C. 71: Caslonia 
Burks. Randolph H . 71: Kernersville 
Chrisco. David E.. '68 Downers Grove. 
Cohen, Todd. 71: Millburn. N | 
Connell. |ohn W , '69 Richmond, Va 
Coor. Lawrence B.. 71: Smilhfield 
Davis. Bobby L. 71 Landis 
Edwards. William H.. 71 Raleigh 

• Erlandson. Paul |,. 71 Corpus Chrisli. ' 
Eudy, Michael C. 71 Slatesville 

Finn, letlrey A.. 71: Washington. DC 
French. Peter N.. "69: Hamden. Conn 
Fuller. Russell M.. 69 Augusta. Ga 
Carretl, William E., 71. Roxboro 
easier, [r.. lack C. 71: Durham 
Gore. Edison. 70; Shallotte 
Graham, David H. 71 Hickory 

• Graves, [oseph B. 71: Greensboro 
GuiKord. William B. 69 Aurora 
Hales, [oe. 71 Tryon 

Hamnck. Richard E. 71 Ellenboro 
Haseldcn. lohn L. 71 Charlotte 
Hawkins. Wilimm E 71 Hudson 
Hedrick. Slanlev M . 70 Lexinglon 
Hirsch. Alan S." 71 Miami Beach. Fla 
Hodges. Ion S. 71 Hickory 

• Hood. jr. David L. 71 Charlolle 



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Philip C . 71 Chattanooga, Tenn 
. Elwood C. 71. Belews Creek 
Keilh W.. 71: Four Oaks 
Kenneth M. 70 Shallolle 



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• Wrav. Roberl C . 71 High Po.nl 
Yales, Timolhy R,. 71: High Poinl 
Young, Robin H . 71: Virgillna. Va. 
Zerden. Solomon C . 71: Hickory 
Ziglar. lerry T . 71: Madison 
Alexander. Jr.. Sterling C. 71: Columbia 
Aydlctl. Charles M.. 71: Elizabelh City 

• Bare, Daniel L., 71 Grumpier 
Barfield. Kenneth D.. 70: Fayelteville 
Barnelt. Richard L. 71 Oak Ridge. Tenn, 
Boyd, |r , William T-, 71: Winston-Salem 
Brick. Harry 1 . 71 Teaneck. N | 
Bridger, |ohn H , 71 Bladenboro 
Canoy, Ray T.. 71 Burlington 

Carlton, |r,, Joseph L. 71- Winslon-Salem 
Coleman. Richard C . '68: Silver Spring, Md, 

• Dail, Tony D , 71 Ayden 

Deas. Ir. William B-, 71: Charleston. S,C. 
Denny, George T , 71 Asheville 
Downing, David F , 70: Winslon-Salem 
Ellis, |r. William L, 71. Bladenboro 
Getman. Willard E.. 71: Darien. Conn 
Gnftin, |ohn C, 71 Charlotte 
Haigh, William T , 71 Princeton. N [ 
Hall, Thomas |„ 69 Charlotte 

• Harbinson, Larry G.. 71: Maiden 
Hardin. Ralph D . 70; Shelby 
Hodgson, lohn B . 71 Miami Springs, Fla. 
Hudnell. Hilton K . 71 New Bern, N,C. 
Hunter, Charlton, L. 71: Miami, Fla 
Hutchinson, |ohn H., 70: Charlotte 
lamison, Wayne P, 71: Stanley 

lones. loseph A . 71: Hamlet 
Knight, Kenneth D.. 71: Eden 

• Kurz. lames S„ 71 Springfield, Va, 
Lowder. Ir , William R,. 71 Wmston-Salem 
Marks, Patrick H,. '69: Fayetteville 
McLean. Scott. 71 Bowling Green. Ky, 
Meacham. Harold S , 71 Charlotte 
Palmer, Carleton A,. 71: Wayne. Pa 
Parker, Michael D . 71: Charlotte 

Parks. William M., 71: Charlotte 

Rabil, |r , William E,, 71 Winston-Salem 

• Rasberry, Kenneth E.. 71 Durham 
Rigsbee. David E,. 71: Durham 
Robertson. |esse C. 71 Burlington 
Rossi, Mark W-. 71 New Bern 
Sellars, |r . |ohn W,. 71 Burlington 
Simmons. Wilson F. 71: Winston-Salem 
Snook. Thomas R-, 71: Dunedin, Fla, 
Stinson. |r , Harold C, '68: Charlotte 
Stirewalt, |ames N , 71: Herndon. Va 

• Toms, lohn F„ 71: Asheville 
Turner. David C. 69 Charlotte 
Williams, Ronald D,. 71 Matthews 
Wolfe, Charles T,. '69: North Wilkesboro 
Wood, Philip L., '71, Smithficld 

Yore. T I . '71: Bethesda. Md 
Zimnng. Peter |., '71 Raleigh 

• Belk. lerry S,. '68: Hickory 

Berger. Ronald M , '71- Randallstown, Md, 
Brackett. Arnold L . '71: Cherryville 
Burnette. Richard L, '68: Swannanoa 
Burton, Garmon W , 71 Winslon-Salem 
Byrd, |r , Joseph K , 71 Drexel 
Coleman, Paul D, 69 Bethesda, Md. 
Cox. Daniel T, 68: Burlington 
deBuys. |r. William E,. 71 Baltimore. Md, 

• Elird, |r . Ceorje H , 71 Charlotte 
Felts, lames R,. '71: Charlotte 
Gentry. lohn R . '71: Roxboro 
Gray.'lr, Lester D. 71: Marlboro. Md 
Hammer. Donald G,, 71: Winslon-Salem 
Holbrooks, Rodney G.. '71: Kannapolis 
Horn. Dennis L., '71: McComb, Miss, 
Irons. II, Ben G, 71 Greenville 

Jones, Samuel L. '71: Oxford 

• Kates. Thomas W., '71 lersey City, N |, 
Kenney. Robert S., '69: Midd'letown, R,l, 
Leak, III, |ames A, '68: Wadesboro 
Macbeth, Gary F . '71 Toledo, Ohio 
McKelpin. Emmetl O,, "71 Durham 
Moore, William W„ 71. Atlanta, Ga 
Moorcfield, Darrell B , '71 Danbury 
Renfroe, Frank. '71 Troy, Ala, 
Saleeby. |r-. Eli R,. 71: Philadelphia. Pa. 

• Sayles. Darrell A.. '69: Asheville 
Sistrunk, Robert G,, '70: Wilmington 
Smith, Andrew H , '71 Charlotte 
Smith, Phillip C. '71 Raleigh 
Spencer. Ill, Thomas M , •71- Wilson 
Tate, David L,. '71 Banner Elk 
TiUey. Gary C. '69: Mount Airy 
Timmons. Michael L., '68: Tiiwson. Md 
Tussey, Carl B„ '71: Winston-Salem 

• VanCamper. Jerry H,. "70: Charlotte 
Warlick, Kenneth R,, '70; Elienboro 
Webb, Barry L, '69: Charlotte 
Weisman. Michael P.. '71- Douglaston, NY. 
Wheat. Kenneth R.. '69: High Point 
White. Thomas L, '71 Charlotte 

Work. |r , lames H . 71: Avon, Conn 



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# Adams, Tuny L. 71 Raleigh 
Benson, Tommy, '71 Kenansville 
Bost, William L . 71 Atlanla. Ga 
Bowling. Ir-. Tom W . 70: Wilson 
Bnncefield. John R., 71: Salisbury 
Brockman, William L . 7i: New Ortej 
Bynum. |r., William L, 68 Raleigh 
Byrd, Hubert W , 69 Charlotte 
Collins. Peler F . 71. Kennell Square. 

# Cox. Dale S . 71 Randleman 
Curlee. F Lynn. '69: High Point 
Diamant. Robert A , 71 Charlotte 
Drapkin. Edward C. 7l. WUminglon 
Edney, Timothy | , 7l Fort Lauderda 
Ezzeli, Ir. William F. 71 Burlington 
Floyd. Stephen C. 71 Lumberlon 
Forbes, Robert L, 71 Far Hills, N.j 
Fromen. Gunnar N R,. 71 Miami. Fl 

• Caddy, Ir.. Thomas R , 71: Zebiilon 
Gallagher, lames R L, 71 Manchesle 
Glenn. II, Tho 
Gurganus, Bruce F . 71: Rocky Moun 
Hearn. George G . 71 Raleigh 
Hoskins, Ernest L , 71 Greensboro 
Hoover. Donnie, 71 Charlotte 
Hunt. Edward W , '69: New Bern 
[ones, Phillip R, 7l Raleigh 

# Keith. Larry F.. 69 Charlotte 
Lawrence. Charles C. 71 Lexington. 
Long, |r , lohn A , 69: Slatesville 
McAdoo. Albert T.. 71 Greensboro 
McUurin. III. Daniel A.. 71: Garner 
McLean. Donald E. 71: Greensboro 
McMillan. Bennie H., 71 King 
Michal. lohn G C . 71 Irvinglon. Va 
Milchener. William I-. 71 Edenton 

# Morrison, lames C . 7l Concord 
Nash, Patrick L. 71 Greensboro 
Parker, |r. Curtis | , 71 Charlotte 
Person, Robert E . 71: Charlolle 
Pelty. Michael S, 71 Stonington. C( 
Pratt, George S, 71 Ayden 
Pridgen. 111. Mack D,, 71 Rocky Mo 
Pugh, |r.. lohn W., 71 Randleman 
Rauchfuss. Thomas. 71: Lenoir 

# Redfern. Charles M., 71 Monroe 
Ridenhour. Don R W . 71; Kannapo 
Roochvarg. Elias, 71- Newark, N-I. 
Ross, |r., lack M-, 71 Clarksdale, Mi 
Sayegh, Paul A., 71. Portsmouth. Va 





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Smith. Reginald K . 71 Kannapolis 

• Smith. William B . '71 New Bern 
Sugg. Gary R . 71 Caslonia 
Surles. Dan M,. 71 Benson 
Surratl. III. |ohn G , 71: Charlotte 
Underhill. Charles B . 70: Washington, DC 
Utermohlen. Mark W.. '68: Raleigh 
Watson. William C, 71 Kenly 
Wehster. Thomas C , 69 Savannah. Ga 
Williams. Richard C . 71 Vienna. Va 

• Wilson. David K . 71 Kings Mountain 
Zaytoun. Robert E.. 71 Raleigh 
Argintar. Ronald B . 70: Asheville 
Baker. Bruce W . 71 Spring Lake. Mich 
Balis. Frank M.. 71 West Palm Beach. Fla 
Barbiero. Michael F . 71 Valley Stream. N Y 
Berglund. Peter B . 71 Kingston. Mass 

• BIythe. Harry M . 71 Charlotte 
Brewer. Richard F. 71 Greensboro 
Bryant. II. Charley C. 71: Favelteville 
Buchanan. Thomas W . 71 Raleigh 
Davis. Gerald T. 71 Raleigh 
Etheridge. |ames E.. 70 Wilson 
Faircloth. |r . Wiley |,. 71 Myrtle Beach. S C 
Fox. Caleb C. 71 Knauertown. Pa. 
Griffin. Gene E . 71 New Bern 

• Halch. William T. 71 London. England 
Hathcock. James M . 69: Albemarle 
Hoffman. Clifford A . 71 Portsmouth. Va 
Hughes. |r. lames C. 71 Winston-Salem 
Hull. Donald R . 71 Gastonia 

Hullender. jr.. |oseph A. 71 Kings Mounlain 
Kennedy. William H . 69 Raleigh 
Lambert. Stephen L . 71 Kannapolis 
Leinenweber. L. E,. 71: West Palm Beach. Fla 

• Lesley. Michael H.. '69: Charlolle 
Lockwood, Stephen M,. '71: Washington. D C 
Lutz. lames F . '71: Gastonia 

Maddox. Steven E. '66: Elizabeth City 
Marshall. Michael T . '71 Manhasset. N Y 
Mathews. Alan C . '71: Asheville 
McMichael. George P.. '71 ReidsviUe 
McMurray. |ohn W . '70: Asheville 
Moore. III. (oseph 1 . 69 Portsmouth. Va 
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Powell, Terry 1 . 71: ReidsviUe 
Pressley. Christopher E., 71 Kings Moi 
Priday. Robin L,. 71: Columbus. Ohio 
Reusing, Michael V.. 71: Raleigh 
Richter. William E.. 71: Allania, Ga. 
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Rose, Lynn B . 71 Greensboro 
Shade. Robert I . m Rockville. Md 
Scheffey. James D.. 71 Pollslown. Pa 
Schuslack. Daniel F,. 71 New York. N Y 
Short. Terry A.. 71. Hickory 
Simmons. Donnie L.. 71: Kannapolis 
S.sk. lames K. 71: Wilson 

Stang. Michael A.. 71: Greensboro 

• Wainscotl. |ohn C. 70: Charlotte 
Walker. Robert W . 71 Cedar Rapids. Iowa 
Wetzel. Christopher G . 71: Lake Forest. Ill 
Winstead. Marion G,. 71 Durham 
Caddy. Richard E.. 71 Greensboro 
Carpenter. III. )ohn B,. 71: Greensboro 
Carroll, [r . Fehx A.. .69 High Point 

• Carter. Richard E . 71 Hobbsville 
Center, lames C. 70: Elklon. Md 
Cook. Bruce A-. 71 Oyster Bay. N Y 
Daughlry. Timothy C . 71 Smithfield 
Easton. Frederick B . "69 Washington. DC 
Fazio, loseph L . 71 Nornstown. Pa 
Fogleman. III. Clarence E , 71 Liberty 
Formy-Duval. William H. 69: Hallsboro 
Freeman. III. Ernest | . 70: Bar Harbor. Me 

• Gamble. Ir. |ohn B. 71 Macon. Ga 
Gammon. Kenneth L. 69 Raleigh 
Halsey. William E,. 'm Clark. N| 
Heller. Richard D . 71 Danville. Ill 
Hibbs. |r . Max L. 68 Creedmoor 
Holt. Dean B . 70 Butner 

Hudson. |r. Sterling L. 71 Greensboro 
lones. |r . Winfield R . 71 Hendersonvllle 
lordan. Larry C . 71 Star 

• Klemmaier. David N. 69 Kinston 
Koontz. lerry P . 71 Kannapolis 
Uwrance. [oe R. 71: Mooresville 
Mathews. Thomas A.. 71 SI Louis. Mo 
McKinney. William F . 68 Coral Gables. Fla 
Mills. Taylor A B . 71 Hingham. Mass 



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Neal. |ohn V . 71 Hickory 

• Palerson. |r . James C. 71 Montclair. t 
Perry. Craig C . 71 Upper Montclair. N 
Piedhoff. William B.. 71 Greensboro 
Rogers. Louis D . "68 Fair Bluff 

Sain. Gary L . "71: Hickory 
Schell. Walter W . "69: Pottslown. Pa 
Seggel. Peler A,. "71: Livingslon. N |, 
Sink. Ir. David W. "69 Lexington 
Skinner. III. |ohn H. "68 Litilz. Pa 

• Smith. Ir . Maurice E . "69. Locust 
Sobol. Charles M . 71 Black Mounlain 
Spooner. II. Ray A. "71 Charlolle 
Slampados. WiMiam C . "70: South Miam 
Stone. Charles W . 71 Kinston 
SIreater. Donald A. "69 Morven 
Thigpen. Fronts R . "68 Fair Bluff 
Turner. Philip R. "71: Wolfeboro. N H 
Underwood. Ronald G.. "69: Troutman 

• Yardley. Carl R.. "71: Durham 



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Leslie Wharton, President of Eosf, and Bob B< 



GRANVILLE COLLEGE 

Maybe not as "groovey" as AsTibury-Haight, but 
definitely "in" was Granville Residence College in 
its second thriving year. 

Parties were held almost every weekend with 
combos like "The Drifters," and the Cafe De Ville 
opened its first season with coffee-house type 
entertainment, not to mention the unforgettable 
pajama party in the spring! 

Our own new WILD radio entertained those stu- 
dents who stayed in their rooms and read their 
Granville "Tower Talk." 

For the intellectuaJly-minded, there were month- 
ly speakers and dinner guests like Chancellor and 
Mrs. Sitterson in the newly-initiated Faculty- 
Fellow program. 

For the really energetic, the shaving cream fight 
in the parking lot made state headlines. "Lucifer in 
the Sky with Dooley" led the "Beat Dook" parade, 
but don't forget the Homecoming "Turtle" display! 

With Christmas came "the event" of the season 
— the Granville Christmas Formal at the Holiday 
Inn in Durham. Champagne flowed as the well- 
dressed couples danced to the music of jimmy 
Crisp and his band. 

But the biggest anticipation of the year was hav- 
ing our swimming pool completed, with the prom- 
ise of tennis courts, volleyball courts, and even 
barbeque pits for the future. 

Next year can't help but be even "groovier" at 
Granville! 

GRANVILLE COLLEGE OFFICERS - FRONT ROW: Ernie Allen, Sociol LI. Governor; Gory Wirf, Acoden: 
Lt. Governor; Baxfer Graham, Treasurer; Dicic Lynch, Assislanf fo the Governor; Robert Boss, Governc 
SECOND ROW: Undo Porfee, Activity Chairman,; Tana Ulmer, Social Choirmon; Lesley Wharton, Pre: 
dent of Granville East; Lauren McLean, Secretary. THIRD ROW: Tomee Howard, Social Chairman; Gei 
Moncrief, Assistant of the President of Granville East; Mary Maescher, Activity Chairman; Jane Massi' 
Treasurer of Granville East. 



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NEW BREEDS HOUSE OFFICERS — Jomes A. Hendrickson, President; Peter Kent, Senator; Jeff 
Hofer, Intramural Mgr.; Kirk Phillips, Vice-President; Chris Horsnel, Secretary-Treasurer. 





REBEL HOUSE OFFICERS - David House, President; Jack Ho- 
cutt. Senator; James Geer, Senator; Reed Voit, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Richard Baer, Vice-President. 




GARY HOUSE OFFICERS - W. Cameron Kay, President; R. Rebel Good, 
Secretary-Treasurer; tee McLean, Sweefhearf, Jay Pringle, Senator; 
Robert Newton, Senafor . 



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Are things really that bod? You 
Emily O'Neill (left) ond Mrs. Cli 




"So you've had an unusual year in Granville 
East ('privately owned, University approved hous- 
ing') — you came with boundless enthusiasm, only 
to have it squeezed out of you when you and the 
other girls got stuck in the elevator an hour and a 
half one night . . . 'Beat Dook' weekend you built a 
20-ft. float for a 42-ft. truck and your maid left be- 
fore Christmas and your room hasn't been cleaned 
since — not to mention your 24th 'Final Notice' 
from the telephone company or your Honor Coun- 
cil appearance for lending your meal ticket to your 
sister. How 'bout when your Sunday morning 
hangover was so rudely interrupted by a bomb 
scare that left you suffering in 10 temperatures for 
hours in your shorty pajamas while the police 
searched? Ah, Spring . . . but your car's gone, 
towed away because it was in space 276-43-0910 
and your number is 276-43-0911. So you went for a 
swim ... in the oversized bathtub that's wedged in 
the shadow of the towers. Oh. well . . . you're liv- 
ing here next year?" 



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The lively, energetic officers of 
Granville East include FRONT 
ROW: Nancy McCharen, WRC 
Representative; Jane Massie, 
Treasurer; Lesley Wharton, 
President; Jean Spencer, 
Vice-President; Gene Mon- 
crief, Assistant to the Presi- 
dent. SECOND ROW: Rita 
Barnes and Ul Dobson, WAA 
Representative; Tomee How- 
ard, Social Chairman; Mary 
Maescher, Acting Chairman; 
Lauren McLean, Secretary; 
Linda Partee, Acting Chair- 
man; Tana Ulmer, Social Chair- 



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• Adams, Sarah E.. 66 Lincoln. Mass. 
Alford, Eleanor S.. 70: Nashville. Tenn 
Allcott. Elinor, 71; Chapel Hill 
Andrews. Evelyn G.. 68: Farmville 
Auman. Catherine G.. "69: Hillsborough 
Bandy, Mary I,, "68: Rocky Mount 
Barnes, Sybil R . 69: Raleigh 

• Bamett, Rita A.. '69: Henderson 
Bartholomew, Claudia 1 . 68: Wilson 
Bates. Pauletle A , 69 Greenville, S,C. 
Baucom. Judith M.. ■68: Hickory 
Baxley, Glenda A.. '70: Rockingham 
Beard. Rebecca C. '71 Si Pauls 
Beazley, Mary L, '71: Nashville. Tenn. 
Biggers. Vicki C. '68 Kannapolis 
Black, Linda B. '70: Raleigh 

• Blackstone. Anna L, '71: College Park, Ga. 
Boland. Laura H.. '69: Atlanta. Ga. 
Boring. Diana G. '68: Asheville 
Branaman. Beverly A,. '68: Raleigh 
Brandes. Sarah B.. '71: Chapel Hill 

Bntt. Barbara ].. '69: Candor 
Brody, Hynda J,, '68: Kinston 
Brown, Clara A,. "68: Fayetteville 
Caldwell. Gayle S.. '69: Greensboro 

• Calhoon. Carol C . '71: Chapel Hill 
Campen. Georgie H,, 69: Alliance 
Gary. Kathenne T , "68 Greensboro 
Cassel, Gillian R, '70: Chapel Hill 
Chambers, Sally. '68: Charlotte 
Chapman, Suzanne M . '69 Charlotte 
Christian, Meg M . "68: Lynchburg. Va. 
Clark. Kathy L., '69: Danville, Va. 
Clayton, Cathenne P, 70: Charlotte 

• Cline. Eleanor B,, "69: Hickory 
Cobb, Elizabeth T. 70: Atlanta. Ga, 
Coddon. Mar)ean. '69: Macon. Ga, 
Constanline. lane E.. 68 New Bern 
Cooper. Marcia S., '69: (asper. AJa, 
Cottingham. |ane. "70: High Point 
Cowan. Di Anna. '69: Williamston 

Cox. Bonnie L,. '69: Briarctiff Manor. N.Y, 
Crawley. Linda B,. '69: Shelby 

• Crone, Lauri B , '71: Goldsboro 
Crowell. Margaret M,, "69: Charlotte 
Cuibrelh, Zana C. '70: Rutherfordton 
Dale. Corinne R, '71 Nashville. Tenn. 
Darden. Milzi E., 71: Norfolk. Va. 
Davis, Edith M,. "71 Morehead City 
Davis, Karen L,. '71: Triangle, Va. 
Davis, Linda G. "69 Mullins 
DeLuca. Christ'"e R , "70: |acksonvdle 

• DiCostanza, Celia M , Rochester, NY 
Dobson, Barbara E . '68: Charlotte 
Dobson. Ldlian E. 7l Nashville, Tenn 
Dunlap. Karen ].. 66: Charlotte 
Durham, M, Woody, '70: Morehead City 
Dwyet, Deborah A, "69: Wilmette. III. 
Dysart, Mary M,. "71: Marion 

Eakins, Janet L . '68: Chillicothe, Ohio 
Edwards. Carolyn A. '68: Smithfield 

• Ellis. Randy S-. '69: Evanston. III. 
Fanning, Jane E.. "68: Middletown. Ohio 
Fishbach, Lynn A, 71 Eastchester. NY 
Fleishman, jo E,, -69: Fayetteville 
Fortune, |ean. '70: Oxford, Miss, 
Funderburk. Charleen L , "69: Charlotte 
Gadd, Nance L., '69: Pinehurst 
Goodman, Glenda A,. "69: Wadesboro 
Gooley, Cheryl A., "68; Wellesley Hills. Mass. 

• Guentert, Barbara | , "69: Charlotte 
Gurkin. Chloe A-, "68: Williamston 
Guy. Barbara S,. '70: Hickory 
Haber. Charia L.. "69: Greensboro 
Harding. Patricia |.. "69: Washington, D.C. 
Hatch, B S . '68: La Tour De Peilz, Switzerland 
Hawkins. Marsha A, '69 Huntington. W. Va. 
Helms, Mickie A., 71: Wingate 
Hickerson Rebecca A-, "71: Nashville. Tenn. 

• Hill, Kathleen A , 69 Fayettevillt 
Hobbs. Mary N., 71 Kinston 
Hockaday. Linda J . "69: Greensboro 
Hosking. Eileen R , "68: Irvington. NY, 
Houser. Christine C . '68: Cherryville 
Howe. Mary R,. 71 McAdenville 
Howerton. Linda R , '68 Gibsonville 
Hudson, lane F. '71 High Point 
Hughey. Paula D . '70 Nashville. Tenn, 

• Jordan. Linda U. "69 Charlotie 
Josephs. Tern J,. '71 Atlanta, Ga, 
Joyner. Pamela M , '68: Towson, Md, 
Karesh, Susan S,, '69: Charleston, S.C 
Kirzinger. Gretchen, '68: Greensboro 
Kitchens. Uura J,. '69: Convent Station. N.J, 
Klaassen. Mieke S., "71: Chapel Hill 
Koons. Debby. '71: Cincinnati, Ohio 

Kraft, Kathenne G , '71 Annandale. Va, 

• Kutzke, Ruth M . '68: Toledo, Ohio 
Lambeth. Ellen. "71: Greensboro 
Landau, Donna L,. "71 Atlanta. Ga 
Lane. Mary C-, '71: Charlotte 

Lawver. Alice I . '70 West Palm Beach, Fla, 
Laughinghouse, Suzanne, "68: Havelock 
Leggett, Nancy H,. "69: Elizabelhtown 
Lewis, Patricia A, 7l Hickory 
Linz, Julia C . "68 Kensington. Md, 



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• Little. Mary E.. '69: Wadesboro 
Livermore. lean R.. '69: Ajlinglon, Va 
Lyerly, Margaret L-, '68: Hickory 
MacGuire. (anice G,, '69: Charlotte 
MacMillan, M C, '71 Old Greenwich, Conn 
Maescher, Mary L, '66 Cherry Hill. NI 
Mann, Emmie G . '71 Gaslonia 

Marney. Susan E., '69: Waynesville 
Marshall, Martha S-, 69: Hampton, Va 

• Martinson, lean A„ '70: Clifton, N | 
Massee, leanie S , '69 Orange Park, Fla 
Massie, Cathey L.. '69: Waynesville 
Massie. lane M,, '69: Goodlettsville, Tenn 
Maynard, Nancy L, '69 Raleigh 
McCarren, Ellen, "69 Grosse lie, Mich 
McCharen, Nancy, '71 Nashville, Tenn 
McDonald, Sharyn L , "68 Chapel Hill 
McElwaine, Kathleen A , '70 Fayetteville 

• McGowan, Elsie L , '69 Charlotte 
McKenney, Michele F, '69: Wilmington 
McLean, Cameron L, '68: Lumberton 
McLean, Mary L , '68: Lumberton 
McPeake, Sara L, '69 Loudon, Tenn. 
McQuade. Diane E , 69-Alexandria, Va. 
Meyer, Erica H., '71: Gainesville. Ga. 
Moczek, Maureen A., '70 Charlotte 
Moore. Thelma L,. '68: Charlotte 

• Morgan. Martha, '69 Raleigh 
Moms, Roberta L, '69 Alexandria, Va 
Moseley, Jane S,, '70: Goldsboro 

Muller, Elizabeth F . '69: Garden City, NY 
Nyrop, Nancy |,, '71 Edina, Minn 
Odham, Becky D., '70 Grifton 
Ogburn, Ann M., '70 Baltimore. Md 
Palmer. Elizabeth B, '68. Falls Church. Va 
Partee. Linda F . '68 Covington. Ga 

• Peacock. Beverly, "68: Fremont 
Peacock, Dorothy A„ "69 Charlotte 
Peterson, Marilyn M , "69 Charlotte 
Phillips, Gloria F, '70 Robbins 
Philpott, Betty J , '6fl Levington 
Pilcher, Ann L-, "68 Winston-Salem 

Pitt, Virginia A„ "70: Newtown Square, Pa 

Potter, Mary K., "68 Wadesboro 

Pou. Elizabeth A. '68: Winston-Salem 

• Price. Susan K,. '71 Leaksville 
Quinn, lane S , '71 Cherryville 
Ralliff. Helen N , '69: Wadesboro 
Rainey, Martha E , '68: Kannapolis 
Reeda. Suzanne |, '70: Charlotte 
Renfro, [ohana D , '68: Cullowhee 
Reynolds, Rita R,, '69 Wadesboro 
Roach. M Lynn, '71 Atlanta, Ga. 
Rogers. Linda, '69: Lexington 

• Rominger, Ina |. '68: Winston-Salem 
Ross, Carolyn, '71 Rockingham 
Rosser, lanet L , '69 Whitakers 
Rupe. lulia H , '69: Winslon-Salem 
Sampson, Cherry L , '68 Alexandria, Va 
Sanders, Cynthia G , '70 Charlotte 
Sandhn, Martha E, 68 Fayetteville 
Schwartz, Carole S , '70 Wilmington 
Sessums, Linda R , '69 Hvaltsville, Md 

• Sexton, Karol |,, '68: Rocky Mount 
Shepherd, Kale H , '70: Princeton, N | 



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Shoe, Linda I , '71: Granite Quarry 
Simpson, Carolyn M,, '71 Winston-Salem 
Singletary, Patricia A , '71 Clarkton 
Smith, Constance A , '69: Charlotte 
Smith, Geraldine G , '71 Raleigh 

• Smith, Sandra K , '68 Winslon-Salem 
Smith, Sunde, '68: Germantown, Tenn 
Snider. Barbara A, '68: Clearwater, Fla 
Sowers, Mary C, '68 Winston-Salem 
Spencer, |ean F, '68: Charlotte 

Stein, Carol A , '68: Fayetteville 
Sterling, Mary P , '69: Greenville 
Stevenson, |oanne, "71: New Bern 
■Stevenson, Sina G,, '69 New Bern 

• Stewart, Elizabeth A„ '69: Clinton 
Still, Nancy D , '69 Conyeis, Ga 
Stone, Barbara C, '69: High Point 
Sugar. Deborah S,, '69: Silver Spring, Md 
Sugg, Marcia R , '69: Gaslonia 

Swann, Gale, '69 Morehead City 
Taylor, Pamela S , '71 Mount Airy 
Thomas, Pamela E„ '68 Burlington 
Thompson, Lisa C, '71 Richmond, Va 

• Tillman, Effie A,, 69: Wadesboro 
Trevathan. Wenda R., '69: Greenville 
turner. Tana V,, '70: Washington. DC. 
Vansant, Katherine M , '69 Harrodsburg, Ky 
Wagner, Carol L„ '69 Lewisburg, W Va 
Ward, Patricia A , '68: New Bern 

Weber. Barbara M , '68: Atlanta, Ga. 
Weier, Lucy E , '68 Bluefield, W Va 
Wharton, Cynthia L, '69: Greensboro 

• Wharton, Pamela L., '68 Goldsboro 
White, Delia M , '68: Greensboro 
White, Elizabeth 1., '71: Charlotte 
Whitley. Anita E.. '69: Albemarle 
Whitley. Rhodonna E.. '69 Rocky Mount 
Whitman, Nancy L-, '69 Memphis. Fenn 
Williams, Marguerite N. '68: Oxford 
Wilson, Elizabeth, '68 Albemarle 
Wilson, Mary L, '69 Kilmarnock, Va 




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Wray. Anne-Mane, 70: Bon Air, Va 
Yales, |oy. 70: Durham 

Yogman. Ellen 1.. 70: Spartanburg, S C 
Ziler, Diane C. '68. Soulhern Pines 
Allred. David W.. 70: Burlinglon 
Brown. |ohn O.. 71: Fuquay-Varina 

• Dawson. |r.. William L. 70: Arlington 
Desrosiers. Paul M.. 70: Butner 

Good. IV, R Fletcher. 69: Ft Meade. Mi 
Gooding. |r. Carnie C. 71: Havelock 
Harles. Charles W . '69 Rocky Mount 



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Hickok. III. Walter L.. 71: Waynesboro. V 
Huban. Stephen P.. 71: Middlebury. Vt. 

• Lane. |r. William R.. 69: Wilmington 
Laudenslager. Mark L . '69: Charlotte 
Lynch. |r.. Charles H . '69 Hanover 
Mandel. Michael S-. '71 Gastonia 
McLendon. Wendell W,. '71: Oakboro 
McLester. jerry M.. '71 Stanfield 
Morton-Smilh. William S-. '71 New York. N 
Myers. Gregory B.. '71: Ottumwa. Iowa 
Neal. Daniel F. '69: Kings Mountain 

• Pringle. |r.. |oseph R-. '71 Greensboro 
Rogers. H, Daniel. "71: Charlotte 
Roth. Barry N. '71- Belhesda. Md 
Slier. |ohn H . '69 Wavnesville 
Stanley. Alfred R . 71 Greensboro 
Taylor. Grady E. '71: Tallahassee. Fla 
White. Michael D.. '70: Rockingham 
Whitley. Steven A.. "69: Albemarle 
Wilkes. |r.. Roger L , '71 Leaksville 



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Allen. Ir,. )ames A.. "69: Raleigh 
Alley. Larry G . "69 Winston-Salem 
Brame. Robert M,. "71: Durham 

• Bason. David P. '71: Graham 
Bass, [ohn H . '70 Rochester. N Y, 
Benbon. Andrew C. '68: Oak Ridge 
Benede. Craig C. '71 Darien. Conn 
Benn. Donald B-. '71 Exeter. N.H 
Brewer. Donnie W . '71 Greenville 
Burgess. Russell E.. '69: New Bern 
Burick. Scott H . '71 Greensboro 
Cline. Frederick C "69: Winslon-Salem 

• Cobbs. Richard C "71 Selma. Ala 
Davis. |r. Lewis D.. '71: Spindale 
Evans, [r . Nell C. '69: Lexington 
Forte, [effrey P . 71 Anniston. Ala 
Fnese. David W . '69: Charlotte 
Geer. |r.. lames H . '71 New York. N Y 
George. |r . Robert A . '71: Mt, Airy 
Glenn. Eugene B. '71 Birmingham. Ala 
Gibbs. |r. Richard E. New York. NY 

• Goad. Bryan F . '71 Mt, Airy 
Goodson. Bruce M . 71 Charlotte 
Gordon, [r . Eugene A. '70 Winston-Salem 
Greenspan. Micheal R . "71: Charlotte 
Hale. George E . "71: Newark. Del 
Hildebrand. R W . 71 West Hartford. Conn. 
Hocutt. Jr. John E,. "71 Newark. Del 
Hogsette. Gerald B.. '71: Sylvania. Ga. 
House. David R.. 71: Durham 

« lames. |ohn M . "70 Leaksville 
Keever. Karl G . "71: Fairfax. Va. 
Koenig. Harvey M.. "71: Greensboro 
Leinwand. Joseph J,. '71: Elizabethtown 
Luther, (ohn S.. '70 Charlotte 
Miller. Roy H-. '69: Yonkers. NY 
Munday. Donald D.. '69: Mooresville 
Payton. fames D.. '71 Baltimore. Md 
Ramsey. Harry C.. "71: Jacksonville 



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Simpson. Jr . Eugene M . '69: Colui 
Swacker. Robert N . '71 Charlotte 
V oight. Walter R . '71 Lookout Mtn.. Tenn. 
West. III. Martin R . '71 Washington. D.C. 
■luung. Jr. Richard B.. "69: Charlotte 
\iIsworth. III. Robert D-. "71: Keysville. Va 

• Allen. Jr . Robert F.. 71: Charlotte 
Ariail. David W,. "71 Fayetteville 
Ashford, Peter R , "71: Raleigh 
Autry, James L, "71: Fayetteville 
Ballenger, Grady W. "71 Seneca. S.C, 
Barr, Bruce M,, 71 Cleveland. Ohio 
Booth. Thomas C . "70 Greensboro 
Braswcll. William E,. "68: Winston-Salem 
Correll. jr.. Boyd A . "70 Trvon 

• Douglas. John L.. '71 Danville. Va. 
Fisher. Donald W,. "68: Franklin 
Girard. Frank D . "71: Gastonia 
Groce. H, Dale. "68: Asheville 
Hamlin. Daniel R.. Canandaigua. NY 
Hams, Carroll M , "70 Raleigh 
Hudson. Albert S. '7f Florence. SC 
Jackson. Alex W . 71 Clanlon. Ala 
Lewis. Peter T. '71 Kailua. Hawaii 



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• Lloyd. |r , Barton. 70 Alexandria. Va 
Lock. jr.. Gregory 1-. 71: McLean. Va 
Luria. Ion D., '71: Arlington. Va. 
Mabes. |oseph G.. 71: Leaksville 
McDaniel. Gerald L. 71: Roanoke Rapids 
Milchell. William H.. 71 Falrmonl 
Morrison. |. Reid. 70: Greensboro 
Roswell. Clinl O.. 71 New York. N V 
Shedd. Joseph B.. 70 Leonia, N.| 

• Thompson. Slophen R.. 69: Kensington. M 
VanArsdail. Robert B.. 71 Raleigh 
Vann. [amcs W.. 69: Clinton 

Wells. |ohn H.. 71: Mt Airy 
Whitfield. Jr. lames L.. 70: Raleigh 
Williams. loel T.. 71 Winston-Salem 
Brawley. II. Boyce A.. 71: Mooresville 

#Cleyrat. Gerard I-. 71: Charlotte 
Colvard. Dean W.. 71 Charlotte 
Conklin. Tommy R-. 71 Durham 
Cooke. Arthur W-. 71: Greensboro 
Dunn. Murdoch M.. 71: Wilmington 
Evans. |ohn B.. 71. Greensboro 
Fawcett. Richard M.. 71: Ml Airy 
Fryar. lames H.. 71: Wilminglon 
Geddes, lames M.. 71: Wilmington. Del 

• Gilliam. III. Thomas E. 71. Burlington 
Griffin. Robert S.. '68: Charlolle 
Harris. |ohn M-. 71: Winslon-Salem 
Hensley, Robert L. 70: Spindale 
Henson. |ohn E . 71 Sylva 

Horsnell. Chrislian A-. 71: Nashville. Tern 
Humphreys, lames H. 70: Winston-Salem 
Kronsburg. Paul S . 69: Favelteville 
Levine. Lester | . 68 Beaufort. S C 

• Lewis. Sam L . 71: Mt. Airy 

Liddell. |r-. Mark C. 71 Southern Pines 
McCoy. Hal V., 71: Greensboro 
Moseley. jr.. Preston W., 69 Wilminglon 
Phillips. Kenneth K.. 70: Washinglon 
Reynolds. Ir., Frank R.. '69: Wilminglon 
Schwartz. Barry H.. "68: Baltimore. Md 
Selby. Thomas N,. '69: Charlolte 
Spain. Thomas F.. 71: Greensbom 

• Thomas. Charles G.. 71: Gastonia 
Treadaway. lames A.. '69: Wadeshoro 
Wilson. Thomas W . '68 Sylva 
Barnes. III. Frank E.. 71 Smilhfield 
Blue. Don B.. 71: Fayelteville 
Brooks. William E.. 69: Red Bank. N.|. 
Brown. Charles W.. 71: Charlolle 



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Easter. Olen C . 68 Lexington 
FenscL Francis P. 71 Wilmington 
Ferguson. Ir . George B . 70: Durham 
Gallemore. Wan-en G. 71: Perry. Ga 
Gregory. Ir . Thomas E.. 71 Winston 

• Houser. |r . Stephen L. 71 Indian Trail 
Hunt. Ir . loseph D.. 71: Oxford 

Idol. David H.. 68 High Point 
Kimball. Richard A.. 71: Burlington 
Kohn. Walter F,. 70: Harrisburg. Pa. 
Lamb. Raymond E.. '69: Fairmont 
Long. lohn C. '70: Mebane 
McCorraick. |r . lames L. '71 Burlington 
Merritt. Stephen W-. '70: Wilmington 

• Mover. Francis S. '71 Upper Saddle River. 
Raynor. Douglas P., '69: Red Bank. N | 
Rollins, lames B . 70: Spindale 
Schroeder. II. Charles F. '71: Asheville 
Skeels. IV. William H . 71 Burlington 
Stamper. Robert A.. '71: Wilson 
Sullivan. Joseph E. '71: Charlotte 
Swaim. lerry D.. '68: Elkin 

Thomas. Ir . Albert S-. '71: Wilson 

• Travison. Russell W. '71 Winston-Salem 
Trolman. William H.. 71: Winston-Salen 
Vickerj-. Frederick | ..'71: Matthews 
Vrsecky. Anthony |.. '71: Winston-Salem 
Wenner. Allen r'. '70: Charlotte 
Wharton. Robert H.. '68 Atlanta. Ga 
White. Ir.. Erne.st B.. '71: Burlington 
Williams, leffrey. B,. '71: Winston-Salem 
Winstead. |r.. Wade H.. '71: Wilson 

• Woodard. David W.. '71: Wilson 
Varus. Sluarl A.. '69: Charlolte 
Banner. William D.. '71: Greensboro 
Blake. loseph A . '69: Reidsville 
Boney. Ir . Howard S,. '69: Tarboro 
Brown. Ir . Herman C. '71 Dover. Del 



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• Clay. Phillip L. '68. Wilmington 
Hme. John C. 71: Winston-Salem 
Hines. loseph |.. '71: Critton 
lackson. Thomas R . '71: Mt. Airy 
lacobs. David C. '71 State Park. S C 
lump. Richard P.. '70: Greensboro 
Umm. Billy R . '71: Bailey 
Mackie. Andrew L. '69: Yadkinvillc 
Meisky. Patrick A.. '71: High Point 




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Oliver. Ir, David 1 , 70: Manella 
Pansius, David K., 71: Granville. Ohio 
Peacock. |acky W,. m Walkorlown. N.C 
Penv. William H.. 71: Bailey 
Phillips. Lockwood B . 71: Beaulorl 
Pierce. Barry W . 71 Dover. Del 
Pollard. Scotl T.. 71 Burlinglon 
Rawleigh. James T.. 71: High Poinl 
Sarlore. Richard B,. 71: Pelham. N.Y 
Schmui.k Pelcr C. 71: Belhesda. Md. 
S|.,irlcs, Mithael D.. 71: Deland. Fla 
Shanncn, Michael W-. 71: Drexel Hill. Pa. 
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• Alexiou. l.m A. 70: Greensboro 
Collrane. [r.. |oseph M . '69 Kernersville 
Davis. Willis M.. 70: Wilmington 
Dunbar. Charles P.. 71 High Point 
Entield. Steven N,. 71: Miami Beach. Fla, 
Gabard. Homer R.. 71: Yadkinville 
Gordon. Alan F.. 71: Asheville 

• Hagna. Lewis W.. 71: Marion 
Harrington. 111. Sion H . 71: Erwm 
Hauser. Charles H . 71: Winslon-Salem 
Huggins. Mark Q,. 71 Hickory 
Hughey. 111. Rife S . 71 Nashville. Tenn 
Hunter, fames G.. 70: Greensboro 
Icard, Benny W.. 71: Hickory 
fennings. fr. foe C. 71: Annapolis. Md 
Kossove. David B,. 71: Charlotte 

• Levingston, Robert A . 71 Ruleville, Miss 
McAnaney. Kevin C. 71 Rve. N Y 
McDonald, fr, Angus M. 71 Charlolte 
Means. Randolph B., 71 Durham 
Merrill. Robert H . 71 Houston, Tex 
Miller, Frank J , 71 Winslon-Salem 
Motley, 111. Anderson B.. 71: Danville. Va 
Nelson. Michael L. 71: Durham 
Phillips. |r,. Andrew C, 71 Greensboro 

• Poslon. Ill, Frank H., 71: Charlolte 
Price, 111. lames L . 71' Hickory 
Poole. Robert M.. 71: Winslon-Salem 
Smith. Hal H.. 71 Conover 

Smilh. Mark P. 71: Charlotte 
Smith. Robert B,. 70: Durham 



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Townsend. fohn V. 70 Greensboro 
Young, Wayne P. 68: Raleigh 

• Aldridge, James R.. 71: Charlolte 
Anderson. Henry W,. '69: Asheville 
Anspach. fr, Wifliam H,, 69: Charlolte 
Barnes, III, Robert L., 68: Sims 
Bolles. Linwood W . 71 Charlotte 
Bost. Willeam S.. '69: Newton 
Bowman. Clark C, '69 Hickor>' 

• Brock. Russell B.. '70: Ml. Olive 
Brvanl. Richard L , '68: Roanoke. Va, 
Collini. Charles W . '70: Sanford 
Davison, fohn S,. '70: Cary 
Graham, fr. Harry A.. '69: Charlotte 
Hewitt, fr.. Harold E.. '68: Newton 
Lambeth. |on T.. '71: Greensboro 
Reed, fames R.. '69: Syfva 
Roberson. Thomas E.. 71: Raleigh 

• Roberlson. Harry G,. '71: Mount Airy 
Robinson. Thomas L , '69' Chester. S.C. 
Rothermel. Ray W , '71: Mount Carmcl, P 
Rulledge. foel C. '71: Charlolle 

Sain. Oils E. fr.. 71: Greensboro 
Smith. Nathan H.. 71 Washington. DC. 
Sparrow, fonathan B , '71: Greensboro 
Stilwell. Ir . William B . 71: Matthews 
Wallace. Stephen C. '69. [acksonville 



Colleges 171 





Off/CERS — SEATED. Kenneth Neher, Governor; Jo Anne Porler, Presidenf of Smith; Jonet Sowyer, President of White- 
head; Bill Courtney, Academic It. Governor. STANDING: Tom Harris, Treasurer; Butch Jockson, Socioltt. Governor. Ab- 
sent. Bob Wiltshire, Secretary; Jack Shepord, Social LI. Governor. 

"Virgin Mary" strikes again! 



EHRINGHAUS 
COLLEGE 



This year the "Studs" of Ehringhaus continued to 
revel and lead, setting the pace for others to follow. For 
the first time, we had two sister dorms. Whitehead and 
Smith. In spite of the parties and the never-ending beer, 
our notorious academic average was maintained. Week- 
ly movies were shown, covering many topics including 
"The KKK" and "Big City - 1980." Often distinguished 
speakers accompanied the films. 

Several houses were even intramural champions. 
Moreover, the college won the Campus Chest trophy for 
the best participation on campus. Of course. T/ie Stud 
again won critic's acclaim as the most entertaining col- 
lege newspaper. During the fall, our "Pumpkin Bash" 
was the most popular of all. The Ehringhaus TV certain- 
ly must have a distinctive appeal because the Jubilee 
Phantom struck again for the third straight year. How- 
ever, we retaliated by starting the WSTD radio station 
in hopes of discouraging the phantom. Grill nights, the 
Annual Art Show, the Dook Float and Homecoming Dis- 
play, as well as the Nature Park provided added enter- 
tainment for us all. 




AYCOCK HOUSE 



Bear Bryant has moved to Aycock Housu! Well, not really, but 
we do have a close approximation in intramural manager Mike 
"Brother Bear" Simpson. Under Coach Simpson's tutorage. Ay- 
cock athletes captured the Campus Rod and Gun Championship 
and the Co-Rec Carnival Title, reached the semi-finals in tag foot- 
ball, and claimed two all-campus wrestling champions. Prospects 
appear favorable for high finishes in volleyball and Softball, and 
for a second consecutive residence hall basketball championship. 

But all is not fun and games in Aycock House. Studies, quizzes 
and term papers take much of the residents' time, but still there is 
always time for TV viewing, for an all-night poker game (just for 
fun of course), and for a quick trip to the Criterion. And. of 
course, there is always the battle between Don "Grossman" Wil- 
son and "grossest-man-in-the-world" Dan Season for entertain- 
ment. 

Despite such activities, Aycock House is on the move. Active in 
academic, social and service projects as well as academics. Ay- 
cock House leads the charge to prove Ehringhaus the Best Resi- 
dence College on the UNC Campus or on any campus! 




OFFICERS - Mike CoHey, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 




Colleges 173 



BOURBON 
HOUSE 



OFFICERS - SEATED: 
John AndrakOf Vice Pres- 
ident; Buck Causey, Presi- 
dent. STANDING: Dick 
Taylor, Reporter; Chris 
Council, Secretary Trea- 



Bourbon House — a totally unique experience. 





OFFICERS — John Harris, President; Tom Renedo, George Ritchie, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Peter Davis, Senator. 

See if you can tell the men from the boys. 




B House, Ehringhaus is . . . 

Playing bridge at 12 midnight knowing 
you've got a quiz at 8 o'clock in the morning 
learning one song on the guitar and playing 
it over and over for three hours 
getting in line to kiss all the girls from 
■Whitehead goodnight 
stomping cockroaches 

banging on the radiator with your shoe to 
make the guys on the Ihirti floor stop 
bouncing golf balls 

pulling an all-nighter and then sleeping 
through class 

trying to shave before a fogged-up mirror 
while your roommate takes a steam bath 
running out of toilet paper 
waiting for the new Playboy 
studying now and then 
having scivoir faire 

scribbling obscenities on the RA's bulletin 
board 

phoning the girls in Smith 
typing 43 errors a minute 
being cool 

having a closet full of dirty clothes and run- 
ning out of socks 

shutting off the alarm and going back to 
sleep 

wiping the dust off textbooks 
being without a ticket to the game 
losing 3<i at blackjack 
asking the guy next door to turn down his 
record player 

retaliating by turning your radio all the way 
up 

listening to Bill Cosby 
Libert e, egalite, et non-fra(erni(c 
a totally unique experience. 



CANINE HOUSE 

Beginning one of its more destructive academic 
periods, Ehringhaus Canine House was finally 
foiled by the vengeance of Chubby (the Room) 
Checker, who quickly issued bills for dart holes in 
window glass, fractured chairs, Bowie knife de- 
pressions, and golf ball holes in ceiling tiles. Get- 
ting many verbal warnings, few of which material- 
ized on cards, the floor continued its favorite pas- 
times; playing football in the lobby and spitting 
from the balcony rail. After a rampage of room- 
mate swapping, harmonica playing, all-night card 
playing, "tube" watching, and Bruce's provocative 
appearances, Miami Fats moved to an apartment. 
Participating in that longtime South Campus sport, 
climbing from floor to floor via balcony, and ice 
fights atop the elevators, and grossing out all the 
Chapel Hill establishments, and three crowded 
grill parlies, Ehringhaus "C" maintained its hon- 
ored cognomen of STUD. 



DOG HAUS 



Dog Haus started out this year just as the 
name denotes — in the dog house. However, a 
special Arbor Day Celebration is being 
planned for spring, to be followed by the Great 
Chop in fall of 1968. 

We were very fortunate to have elected Miss 
Lindy Beazley as our House Sweetheart. 

Dog Haus has been recognized (?) for many 
accomplishments during the last year. In sim- 
plified form of ABC's they are as follows: 

A is for our celebrated artist, Allen Turner 

B is for the beard that John Lentz always has 
after vacations 

C is for Conrad in 428 who caused a riot by the 
jocks with one little guitar 

D is for the House that is first visited by the 
Collegemaster during riots 

E is for the elevators thai skip the 4th Floor 

F is for Fat Albert Fuller 

G is for Jim Griffith, who doesn't know when 
to celebrate Halloween 

H is for our House Advisors, without whose 
proper manner of dress we would not be full 
Carolina Gentlemen 

1 is the missing link of the alphabet 

I is for Jim Bean, no relation to Jim Ball 

K is for the Red Baron in 402 

L is for the red landing light in pilot Cam 
Beck's room 

M is another missing link 

N is for New York and our many residents 
from the land of Booze 

O is for open cans, of which we have plenty 

P is for our Playmate who never arrived 

Q, well, we won't mention 

R is for the Rambler in 448 that drives to Dur- 
ham at 5:00 A.M. (?) 

S is for sex, the opposite of which we rarely 
see in Dog Haus 

T is for the telephones that no one ever an- 
swers 

U is for the unlimited time spent on playing 
bridge 

V is hereby stricken from the alphabet 

W is for the work done at the Nature Park 

X. Y, and Z. refer to V 

Allen Turner depicts the "C" Hall morning delivery. 



G£TSti THE BAmmH 




"I've got a great idea! Let's have a Playmate Banquet/' says president Woody Wood to John Lentz, 
Senator; Richard Bullard, House Advisor; Randall Stanley, House Advisor; and Charles Gaylor, Vice- 
President. Absent from this inspired meeting are Don Coley, Senator; Van Turner, Senator; Robert Whit- 
e. Senator; and Robert Mathis, Secretary-Treasurer. 



SALUTES ■^. 





^f . '^ Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting at Dog Haus. 



Colleges 175 



ESSEX 
HOUSE 



OFFICERS - Bin Courtney, Of- 
ficial fireman, Mike Ford, 
Ass'l. Resident Advisor; John 
Eaddy, President; Bill Moser, 
Vice-President; Ron Stephens, 
Resident Advisor. ABSENT: 
Bert McNeer, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 




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We of the 
Fifth Floor 
Essex House 
total 123 
Carolina Gentlemen. 
Among our ranks reside such fa- 
mous people as the Ehringhaus beer 
chugging champ John Stewart; 
"Moonshiner" Marty Eaddy and his 
brother John who is known to tear 
up a certain door as soon as it is 
fixed; famous playboy-studs Har- 
per, Moser, and pilot-playboy Ford, 
who never see their walls; the 
freshman prexy Ken; most of the 
freshmen jocks;. and yet none other 
than I'll - start - a - fire - in - my - bed 
Linder and Smokey-the-Bear 
Courtney who is wounded for he 
did indeed "break the glass." Collec- 
tively we selected our own Sweet- 
heart Miss Patty Waller. And we are 
always walking down from the sixth 
floor because the elevators frequen- 
tly bypass us. A bit of verse: "For 
even though we're bottled between 
/ The fourth floor and the sixth, / 
There still is plenty of merry and 
myrth, / For we all live on the 



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Flask House lives up to its name; fresh- 
men first learn the true meaning of flasking. 
Grill Nite, '67. Kinney gets upset victory 
against Alkinson-Freiburg. Rotunds and 
Roundman concentrate on steaks. McGee, 
McCanm, Hyatt, and the Gritt quaff cokes. 
Carlie gets all wet. and later, Watson, to an 
advanced degree. Little Fella contemplates 
suicide. Neher grossest on floor. Rick with 
his rocking accerina, sets new record at 
Scoreboard and returns to entertain the 
suite. R. D., easy going fellow supreme loses 
his shirt to McGee who constantly remarks 
"will have some" gets none but falls in love 
with Sally Salem whom he has never seen. 
Buddha Ingram finds college a good place 
to Hibernate. E. J. gets a new roommate 
who studies. As always, a year living at 
Flask House has been real. 



Loser chugs. 



FLASK 
HOUSE 



OFFICERS - Earl 

McKnight, Vice President; 
Rick Dedmon, Senator; 
Jimmy Hunter, M.R.C.; 
Richard Ingram, Presi- 
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• Atchley. Karen C, 71: Raleigh 
Baughn. Sandra G , '71; Carthage 
Berry. Jane C, 71, Raleigh 
Bruce. Brenda ]., "68; Durham 
Burron, Doris F, "63: High Paint 
Cantor. Susan F. "69: Dover. Mass. 
Crumpler. Rebecca A,. 70: Clinton 

• Etherington, Linda R., '69: Henderst 
Faucette. Betty E. "69: Durham 
Ceoghegan, Ivey. '70: Raleigh 
Hadden. Patricia |. '71: Charlotte 
Hams. Ann. V . '68: Pilsboro 
Hayes, Susan W , '68 Wilkesboro 
lohnston. Ann M,. '71 Raleigh 

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• Ludwick. Deborah L. '71: Greensboro 
Moore. Shirley J., "71: Greensboro 
Newman. Patricia A . "71: Silver Spring. Md 
Nolstad. Margaret C . "68: Raleigh 
Norwood. Nancy C . "68: Hickory 

Porter. |o Anne. '69: Raleigh 
Pruett. Pamela E,. '71 Winston-Salem 
Rowe. Mary C. '68, Hendersonville 
Senn. Cynthia L . "69: Homestead. Fla, 

• Simon. Lynn B. "69: Asheville 
Slawter. Linda. "68 High Point 
Speck. Susan C. '71: Raleigh 
Stephenson. Patricia M,. '70 Charlotte 
Waddell. Stephanie P. '71 Raleigh 
Webster. Betsy E . '69 Riverside. Conn 
Wen. Ann-Marie. '69: Norfolk. Va, 
Westphal. |oan P . "68: Hampton. Va 
Yarborough. [ennie L. '71 High Point 

• Bassett. Carol G . '69: Asheville 

Bell. Natalie V, M . '68 Holden. Mass 
Boardman. Kathenne R . '68: Columbia, SC 
Bratcher. Sandra D . "68 Bowling Green. Ky 
Brilt. Betty C . "68 Lumberton 
Brooks. Kathenne M. "68 Garner 
Cangiamila. Carta. '68 Plantation. Fla, 

• Charbonneau. Helen-Rae. '68: Asheville 
Chumley. Vassal D., '70: Slater. SC, 
Colten. Barbara L. "69: Waban. Mass 
Correll, Cindy ],. "70 Kannapolis 
Cotter. Betsy A,. "69: Chattanooga, Tenn, 
Cumby. Patricia L . "69 High Point 
Davis. Sharon E . "69: Alexandria 
Denham. Constance, "69 Grand Rapids. Mich 
Dorobiala. Helen I,. "68 Fayetteville 

• Farnsworlh. Florence L . "69: Atlanta. Ga 
Flinlom. Caroline |,. "70: Greensboro ' 
Floyd. Becky. "70 Durham 

Fort. Jean O . '68: Henderson 

Glassmeyer. Mary E,. "69: New Canaan. Conn 

Henry. Gail L. "70: Charlotte 

Hinson. Lynda i. 68: Pinehurst 

Huber. Esther [ . '69: Lilitz. Penn, 

lacobs. Nancy K,. '68: Raleigh 

• lohnson, Kay E,. '68: Washington. DC, 
lones, ludith P. "69: Clemson. S.C- 
jordan, ludy S . "70 Kannapolis 
King, ludy L . "69 Raleigh 

Loftin. Ann B,. "68: Kinston 
Mason, Marjone F,, "69 Raleigh 
Moore. Carol C. 68: lackson, Miss. 
Munro. Maxie G . "69: Brevard 
Neal. Linda K. "69: Walnut Cove 

• Olive. Sandra K„ '69 Apex 
Patten. Marian R . '69 Graham 
Poole, ludy P. '69 Chapel Hill 
Provo. Donna S . '68: New Bern 
Requa. Patricia | . '68: Washington, DC 
Reynolds, Bonila F, 70: Reidsville 
Rice. Elizabeth A . '68 Alliance 
Robertson. Barbara I . '69: Asheboro 
Rose. Sharon L. "68: Charlotte 

• Ruth. lacqueline D . "68 Salisbury 
Sawyer. Janet E . "68 Richmond. Va 
Simpson. Rosemary L . "68: Silver Spring. Md 
Townsend. Laura N . '68: Lenoir 

Weir. Ann |.. '68 Charlotte 
Williams, ludy C. '70: Belmont 
Williams, Susan M , '68 Rockledge, Fla 
Winn. Marcia M . '68: Leaksville 
Youngblood. Mary A . '69: Charlotte 

• Zurck, Brenda A . '69: Gary 
Adams. Robert E.. '71: High Point 
Amerson. Henry V . '70 Rocky Mount 
Alderman. Elmer T., "70: Madison 
Ball. Raymond G,. '71: Morehead City 
Benson. James H,. '69: North Wilkesboro 
Bevacqua. David M.. '69: Raleigh 

• Biggar. Lee C. '71: Chapel Hill 
Boardman. Geoffrey P.. '71: Norfolk, Va. 
Boykin. Michael A . '70: Rocky Mount 
Brackett, Jr , Travis E , '69: Lawndale 
Bachan. Jr.. Ralph G.. '09: North Wilkesboro 
Buck. Robert L.. '71: Maysville 

Bunn. Timothy L-, "70: Rocky Mount 
Cavalans. James T.. '69: Charlotte 
Chernoff. Norman. '70: High Point 



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• Church, limmy H,. '69: Valdese 
Coffey, Micheal C , '69 Greensboro 
Covinglon, |ohn H , "7] Launnbur? 
Davis, George I , 70: Roclty Mount 
Davis, )r, lames R,, 71 Wllminglon 



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Donaldson, Walter T , 70 Charlotte 
Falls, Michael H., '66: Gaslonia 
# Finn, Andrew L, 71 Greensboro 

Gibson, Charles E,, 70: Barrington, N | 
Greene, John W,, 71 Gastonia 
Harris, Thomas E , "68: Washington 
Hayes, Joseph M , 70 Rockwell 



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Hyatt, Dobald R , 68 Monroe 
lohnson, John C , 70 Orange Park, Fla. 
lohnson, U, Thomas M , 71 Trenton 

• McCullough. Robert T , 71 Pittsburgh, Pa 
Marsh, Sieve P, '69 Marshville 
Medley. Clement E,, '69: Greensboro 
Mills, Jerry D, 71: Maysville 
Milenbuler, George M , '68: Chicago, 111 
Money. James G , '69 Madison 

Moore. John F. '71 Asheville 
Myeni, 111, |oel H . '69 Monroe 
Odom, Paul M., '70 Arlington. Va 

• Painter, William S , '69: Charlotte 
Phillips, Grady S , '69: Winslon-Salem 
Pryor. William D , '71 Hendersonville 
Rhodes, Robert A.. '69: Wilmington 
Robinett, Jr., Thomas E., '71 Bradenlon, Fla 
Rudisill, |r , John C. '70: Stanley 
Saunders, Douglas M,. '69: Wayne. Pa 
Schwarz. Maurice C. '69: Richmond, Va 
Shcrrill, HI, Wdliam A, '70: Albemarle 

• Sigmon, Jesse F, '70 Denver 
Simpson, John M., '69 Mayodan 
Smith, Jr . Albert, '71 Newton Grove 
Smith, Phillip W , '71 Graham 
Spangler, Richard C, '71 Pittsburgh, Pa 
Spence, David A,, '70 Greensboro 
Stewart, James B,, '69 Marshville 
Stewart, |r , Paul W , '70 Louisburg 
Stone, Robert B , 71 Hagerstown, Md 

• Waller, Micheal D , '70: Albemarle 
Weatherly, Jr , Richard H , '71 Hamlet 
White, Edgar C, '69: Trimly 

White. James L. '68 High Point 
Whitworth. John D,, '68 Waco 
Willtord. Jr , John S , '70 Pinelops 
Wilson, Donald R , '69 Madison 
Wilson, Thomas S , '69: Madison 
Yancey, John R , '69 Morganton 

• Adams, Jeffrey A. '71 New York, NY 
Andrako. John D , '71 Richmond, Va 
Aycock. III. Jacob W , '71 Wallace 
Bartholomew, Melvin R , '68: FayetleviUe 
Gates, James M., "69 Charlotte 
Causey, II, Julian W , '71 Sanford 
Chaney, Jr. Hubert C, '68 Monroe 



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Crabtree, Oscar P, '69: Wendell 
Cranford, Tommy L. '68 Asheboro 
Critz, Robert M . '70: Kannapolis 
Crowell. Charles E , "69: Wilmington 
Daniel, |r , Thomas B, 71 Raleigh 
Deichmann, jr , Donald E., '71 New Bern 
Duncan, Lynwood H . '68 Greensboro 

• F^tes, William E , 68 Birmingham. Mich 
Fayssoux, III, Richard, '71: Greensboro 
Haney, Chesley M., '70: Launnburg 
Haynes, Marc L, '71 Slalenvdle, Ga. 
Hedgepelh, Charles D , '69: Fayetteville 
Helms, Kenneth D , '7a Charlotte 
Hibbard, Steven M , '70: Cheraw, S.C 
Hilliard, |r , Harold R,, '71 Thomasville 
Hine, John E, '71 New Iberia, Louisiana 

• Hines, Jr, John W , '70: Rocky Mount 
Howard, Donald E , '70 Salisburg 
Howe, Alan M,, 71 Hamlet 
Hughes. James E,, '69 Richmond, Va 
James, Robert S , '70: Burlington 
Jemison, John S , '71 Birmingham, Ala 
lessup John P, '71 Bronnville, NY 
Killion. James T, '69 Salisbury 

Lee, III, Rufus M,, '69: Wingale 

• Leonard, Donnie M . "69: Marshville 
Lewis, Herschel H , "68, Asheboro 



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Livengood. Edward A , '71 Winston-Si 
Lynch, Steven R , '70 La Grange 
MacNair, |r , Colin, '70: Raleigh 
Martin, |ohn D,, '69 Winslon-Salem 
Maynor, Barry A , '69 Greensboro 
Mumau, Thad E, '68: Fayetteville 
• Myei^, Danny A, '71 Bryson City 
Oakley, Albert W, '70 Roubnro 
O'Rourke. Kenneth | , '68 Wilmington 
Peterson, Donald B , '69: Bryson City 
Plyler, William H , '68 Charlotte 
PowelL Steve L. '70 Chadhourn 
Propst. Russel M.. '70: Kannapolis 
Radfonl. John S,. '69: Chapel Hill 
Rite. John |.. "71 Huntington, W Va 



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( Searcy, Stephen R,, "69: Henderson 
Simons, lames D., 70: High Point 
Smith, |r,, George R., '69: Charlotte 
Swepston. Lee S,. '69: Greensboro 
Taylor, Richard A.. '69: Ellerbe 
Teal, Raymond D., '69: Raeford 
Turner. Carroll F-, '70: Old port 
Wagg, John L. '68 Glenshaw. Pa, 



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• Williamson, R, L, '70: Newton Square, Pa. 
Wooding. Sydney S,. '71; Danville, Va. 
Arney, John S-, '69: Hickory 

Austin, |r , Ruel H,. '71: Waynesville 
Benninga. lacques S.. '71: Asheville 
Bernholz, Roger B , '71, Greensboro 
Blank, Ronald S,. '71: Roanoke Rapids 

• Bohck, Carl B,, '69: Mount Holly 
Boswell, Cramer L. '69: Burkeville. Va 
Bowling. Stephen B,. '70: Durham 
Brutko. Malcolm N.. "71: Shelby 

Cole, III. Frank A . '71: Roanoke Rapids 
Davis. Peter N,, '69 Clarksville, Va 
Day, |ohn S . '71 Atlanta. Ga 
Deal. Thomas W.. '69 Mooresville 
Dickens. |ames R,. '71 Monroe 

• Edwards, Raymond W. '69 Greenville 
Elliott. Joseph B, '71 Raleigh 
Ferguson, Milas N , '71: Waynesville 
Forbes, Vance T . '71 Wilson 
Gardner, lake A . '70 Reidsville 

Gaylord. )r . Richard W,. '71 Richmond. Va. 
Graham, jr. Oscar M. '71 Laurinbuig 
Green, lames R , '70: Morrisville 
Hackler. |oseph B , '71 Arlington. Va 

• Hank. Daniel H . '71 Roanoke Rapids 
Harris. Charles C. '70: Maplewood. La 
Hester. Robert W . '71: Wilson 

Hood. Larry Q . '70: [acksonville 
lohnson. 111. Claude R. '70 Wilmington 
Liiplerl, 111, Otto E, '71 Winston-Salem 
MacCregor, Rob R,. '71 Winter Park, Fla 
McKellar, |r. William E. '69 Clarkton 
Moon. Michael A-. '71 Liberty 

• Murphy. |r.. lames E.. '69: Oak Hill. W Va, 
Nealeans, Alan V.. '69: High Point 
Nixon. Charles E . "70: Kinston 
Nunnenkamp. Thomas W. '69 Charlotte 
O'Connor. |ohn. '69 tslew York, N Y 
Pless, Robert W,. '69 Mooresville 
Pollard, Robert M,, '71 Richmond, Va 
PowelL |r-. Frank. '70: Chadbourn 
Rachlin. Richard S . '69 Miami, Fla 

• Ratchford, Terry L . '71 McAdenville 
Ritchie. |r. George D. '70: Mount Pleasant 
Rodgman. Eric A . '70: Winston-Salem 
Singletary. Marvin B . '71 Roanoke Rapids 
Slade. |r . Charles M,. '69 Rich Square 
Smally. Alan | . '71 Sarasota. Fla 

Smith. Ill, Alton L, '71 Raleigh 
Smith, |r, Clarence N,, '70 Gasloma 
Talley. Wilbur D . '70 Reidsville 

• Taylor. Barry R., '71 Shelby 

Terry. |r . William A . '71 Henderson 
Tola. Charles M . '71 Raleigh 
Tucker. A V Ir. '71 Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio 
Vereyken. Peter T, '71 Randleman 
Vincent. Ir . |ohn F. '71 Roanoke Rapids 
Wentz, Charles I . '70: Laurinbuig 
Worley. lames T. '71 Grumpier 
Wyatt. David M . '71 Waynesville 

• Allen. Ir.. |oseph W . '68 lacksonville 
Andrews. Kenneth R.. "71 Asheboro 
Barnhardt. Sadler H-, '70: Charlotte 
Beam, Norman L, '71 Kannapolis 
BonduranI, |r , William R, '70 Lincolnton 
Boyd, lames B , '71: Henderson 

Brown, Donald R , '70: Rocky Mount 

• Brown, Donald C , '70: Greenville 
Campbell. Alton G . '71 Pittsboro 
Carpenter. Kenneth W,. '71 Lincolnton 
Gartner. Richard H . '71: Mocksville 
Carver, Eugene V,. '70: Winston-Salem 
Cawthorne. Geoije K . '69 Norlina 
Cole. |r,, Charles P. '69 Richmond, Va 
Coley. Donald L, '70: lacksonville 
Conrad, Walter D,, '71: Bethania 

• Dedmond, R Keith, '71 Shelby 
Dunn, Robert L. '70 Ellerbe 
Gardner, |ohn M , '71 Shelby 
Gaylor, III, Charles R. '71 Goldsboro 
Grantham. Frank C . '71: Nashville. Tenn 
Haskin. William H.. '71 Mayville. NY 
Hilton. Chadwick B., '71: Winslon-Salem 
Huneycutt, |r., Arlie S., '69: New London 
Hunter. Charles A.. '69 Lexington. Va 

• lenkins, leffniy D,, '7ft Greenville 
Kirkman. Philip K. '71 Greensboro 
Kola. Robb S,. '70: Greensboro 
Ulta. lames R . '71 Asheville 
Ledbetter, Charles B.. "71 Burlington 
Lentz. |r. lohn R . '71: Falls Church. Va, 
Mann. Kennielh D.. '71 New Bern 
Mann. Ir,. Sullon A,. '70 New Bern 
Martin, |r , Tilden S , '6a Oxford 



Colleges 179 



• Mdthis, Robert K. 71 St Augustine. Fla 
Mathis, William L. 70 North Wilkesbor 
McCabe. Robert |,. 71; Elmonl, NY. 
McClured. Terry L., "69: Drexel 
McLaurin. Ralph E.. 71 Siler City 
Norlh. Jr . WilMam L.. 71. Summerfield 
Peeler. Douglas L. 71: Goldsboro 
Perry. Arthus C. 69; Alcoa. Tetin 
Pickett, Ronald S.. '69: Fayelteville 

• Pitlman. Michael |. 70 Durham 
Price. Marion D . 68 Raleigh 
Pukal. Louis A . '68: Freeport. Pa 
Rouse. III. John L. 69: High Point 
Secunda. [ohn K.. 71: Summit. N,| 
Sloan. James G . 70; Ptaftlown 
Smilh. lohn D . 70: Summerfield 
Stanley. Randall L . '60 Andrews 
Strowd. Carl W , 71: Durham 

• Tate, Thomas S . 71: Forest City 
Trexler, Jr.. Charles 8.. 70; Charlotte 
Turner, Jr.. Allan W.. 71; Kinston 
Turner. Henry V,. 70: Burlington 
Walkins. John G.. 71: Kinston 
Walker. John S.. 71: Mocksville 
Way. Stephen K . 70; Winston-Salem 
Whaley. Donald M . '69 Wallace 
White. Kenneth M.. 69; Statesville 

#Whilmire. Robert A.. 71 Tryon 
Wilhs. Robert M.. 70; Elizabethtown 
Wiltshire. Robert A, '69 Richmond. Va 
Winfield. Cavlin G . 71 Charlotle 
Woodfin. George H , 71 Charlotte 
Barker, Donald R-. 71; Roaring River 
Berner, Gregory D,. 71 Winston-Salem 

• Brantley. David F. 71 Charlotte 
Buis. Richard j . 70; Ridgevvood. N-I 
Bulla. 111. Thomas F . 71 Asheboro 
Burd. lohn R,. '69: Pittsburgh. Pa 
Burt. Terry j . 71; Forest City 
Callaway. |r . Richard F. 71 Elkin 
Cauthen. Victor C. 71: Gastonia 
Chase. John E,, 71, Raleigh 
Coleman. Richard W.. 71 Gastonia 

#CornwelI. Gary D. 70: Lincolnton 
Cox, lames O.. 71; Mount Olive 
Day. Victor M.. 71: Ronda 
Deal. Ir. lames M . 71 Boone 
Eaddy, |ohn F , 69 Lincolnton 
Eaddy, Martin A. 70: Lincolnton 
Eakes. Donald W . 71; Roxboro 
Edmondson. Stuart B., 71 Robereonville 
Everett, John W. '68. Bath 

• Ford. Michael R . 66 Gastonia 
Franquemont. |ed L. 71 Asheboro 
Garriss, James A-. '69 Powellsvilje 
Hammond. Nicholas A.. 70 Spindale 
Hill, Ban-y F. 70: New London 
Holder. Joseph P . "68 Andrews 
Howell. III. lames H . 70: Wavnesville 
HunsucKer. |r . |ohn F . 71 Newton 
Hunter. Billy | . 70 Lincolnton 

• Huntley. Charles D . 70 Rulherfordton 
lames. William Gr 70; Goldsboro 
lennmgs. Ronald M . 70; Hertford 
Lanham. Douglas S . 71 Gastonia 
Unier. Ricardo E . 71 Williamslon 
Lobted, Stephen L. 71 Washington. DC 
Markman. Charles W,. 70: Durham 
McAdams. |ohn P.. 71: Charlotle 
McAllister. Kenneth W. 71: High Point 

• McNeer. Ill, Rembert D. 71 Chester. Va 
Misenheimer. Charles G.. 70 Richfield 
Mosseller. Dennis C 71: Ashevtile 
Needham. lames D.. 71: Asheboro 
O'Kelley, Charles F.. 71: Asheville 
Pitts. William T . 70; High Point 
Propes, Dascheil D , 71 Asheville 
Ragan. |oel A.. 71: Lexington 

Ray. Carl M . 70: Lowisbuig 

• Reynolds. Richard L. 71 Willia 
Riddick, Howard A.. "68 Belhav 
Ritter. Lee M . "70 Ahoskie 
Ruland. David A. "71 Asheboro 
Seronde. |oseph A., "68; Slow. Mass 
Sheppard. |ohn W . "69 Lake Bluff. Ill 
Stephens. Ronald L. "68: Durham 
Stewart. |ohn T. "68: Winslon-Salem 
Stiff. Lee V . "71 Murfreesboro 

• Straub. |r. Donald E.. 71 Willingboro. N| 
Strelow. Luke E . "71 Catfish 

Sullivan, Stephen F . "71 Charlotte 
Swofford. lohn D . "71: North Wilkesboro 
Tayloe. |r,, David T., 71; Washington 
Walker, [ames M . 71: Ellenboro 
Weathers. John S.. 71; Charlotte 
Williams. Mike D.. 71; Asheville 
Wilson. Phillip D.. 71: Eden 

• Adkins. Karl, "68: Fayetleville 
Arey. Craig K,. '71: Raleigh 
Babcock. William S,. 71 Concord 
Bowman. Terry O.. "70; High Point 
Boyan. Lawrence S., 71; Schenectady. N.Y 
Brown. Dale K.. "69; Hiddenite 

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Guff. Eliiah ], 70: Snow Hill 
Gordon. William H. 71 Athens. Ga. 
Harrison, Jerry D,, "69; Leiand 

• Harrison, Lonnie C . 71 Leiand 
Hartig, [r,, Donald C,, "69: Greensboro 
Hassell, Dan C. 71: Edenlon 
Hauser, David |., 7l: Goldsboro 
Hunter, |ames S , 70: Stalesville 
Hyatt. Ronald G. '68: Monroe 

Ingram, jr., Richard H,, 70; Crewe, Va 
lohnson, Richard R.. 70: Southern Pmes 
Kinney, David F , 71 Burlmgton 

• Lamm. Greyard R , 71 Ellerbe 
Langford, Michael L. '68 Charlotle 
Ledford. George | . '68: Gaslonia 
Lewis. Michael D.. 71. Troutman 
Maness, Douglas W., '69: Greensboro 
Marley, Linward C, 70: Fayetleville 
McBennetl, Larry D , 7l: Fayetleville 
McCann. Gary VV . 71 Burlington 
Mebane. William D, 71 Rutherfordton 

• Neher, William K., 70: Greenwich, Conn. 
Nuland. Edward T.. 71: St. Louis. Mo. 
O'Neill, Terence F,. 70: Ware Shoals. S.C. 
Piscitello. Roy R.. 70: Boonlon, N j 
Pritchard. Kenneth G , '69: Stony Point 
Raker. Gwyn A., 71 Winston-Salem 
Rauch, Marc F., 7l: Gastonia 

Ray. Kenneth |,. "69; Fayelteville 
Robinson, Richard H.. 71: Brookville, NY. 

• Ruble. Blair A., 7i: Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 
Spauldmg, III. Charles C. "68: Durham 
Slainback. Charles R . 71: Charlotte 
Stewart. William M,. 71: Monroe 
Sykes, Roscoe A„ 71: Graham 

Tally, |ohn C. 71; Fayetleville 
Thompson. Mark A.. 70: Greensboro 
Watson. Jr.. Verlon S , 7l: Charlotte 
Whitesides. [r. George ]., "69: Charlotte 



Colleges 181 



MOREHEAD COLLEGE 



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Our residence college has been progressing rapidly since its incep- 
tion three years ago. and this past year was no exception, thanks to the 
students of Morehead. Nearly every area of residence college life has 
benefited because of the increased interest and participation exhib- 
ited by our members. 

The year began triumphantly with Morehead winning first-place in 
the first two major areas of residence college competition. Who will 
forget our money-making booth at the Campus Chest Carnival and 
our own psychedelic Homecoming display? 

Morehead is proud to claim the only existing residence college li- 
brary on campus. Staffed daily by members of the Academic Commit- 
tee, the library provides the services of an extensive quiz file. Modern 
Civ texts and source material. Monarch outlines, dictionaries, maga- 
zines and pleasant study conditions for all college members. 

Our free combo parties drew larger crowds than ever before. It is 
difficult to determine whether improved combos or our redecorated 
"grub room" accounted for this. On Dook Weekend, we co-sponsored 
Major Lance, providing the best in live entertainment with no finan- 
cial loss to the college. 

SEX DAY was institutionalized this year by the nearly four hundred 
students attending. The Morehead Newsletter hit the stands for the 
first time this fall, and shows promise as a permanent feature. 

Need we say any more about Morehead progress? 



"But we reatly did come to work on the Homecoming Diiplay, 



OFF/CERS - FRONT ROW. £d Flickinger, Governor; Emily Foe- 
gan. Secretary; Wendell Williams, Academic Lt. Governor; 
David Henson, Sergeanl-AI-Armi. BACK: Rick Page, Socio/ Lt. 
Governor. 




MOREHEAD COLLEGE SENATE - FIRST ROW: Marie Morris, Jonef Hudson, Margaret Jennings, So 
Gory Ayosh, Steve James, Skip Lantz, Joel Brothers, John Williams, Dennis Goodwin, Doug Harrii 
John Link, Clyde Buchanan, Ben Davidson, frank Crawley. 



m lenfesly, Jody Benson. SECOND ROW: 
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AYCOCK 




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OfflCERS - FIRST ROW: Clyde Buchonon, Presidenf; Skip Pace, Vice Presi- 
dent. SECOND ROW: Jerry Worsley, Intramural Mgr.; John Link, Senator; 
Jimmy Pierce, Senator; ABSENT: Frank Crav/ley, Senator. 

Members of the "First Team." 




Physically, Aycock is unimpressive. It is more than forty 
years old; internally it is that neutral grey which is incompat- 
ible with any other color, non-conducive to study, but highly 
conducive to boredom and depression. So why live in Ay- 
cock? Well, it could be because freshmen are stuck here, so- 
phomores have nowhere else to go, juniors do it for conven- 
ience, and seniors, by force of habit. It could be, but perhaps 
it is something else; perhaps Aycock's residents don't mind 
living here. 

There are assets to it. 

Under this year's administration, Aycock has had several 
cookouts, parties, and crusades, notably to purchase dorm 
jerseys and erect a basketball goal. It has done well in in- 
tramural competition. Outside of the formal activities are 
the much less formal ones through which the Aycock tradi- 
tion is perpetuated. Aycock is a leader in volleyball activi- 
ties, and is high in radio-listening, tube-watching, card 
playing and general gold-bricking. 

Notable contributors to the preservation of Aycock Tradi- 
tion this year go to: Hud, Watermelon Man, Mountain Man. 
Naugatuck Nerd, Rufus, Oz, Kid. Crawley from Ra(w)leigh, 
Byrd, Buzzard, Toad, the Bomber, Jacques, Guthrie, Pace, 
Mac, Potty, Blalock, the Buchanans, Stick, Farmer, Zeb, Sul- 
livan, Link and Oakley, who, as a reward, get their names in- 
scribed in the Yack. 



"The Hops Molecule Synthesized." 
Aycock Turns Out. 











Colleges 183 



EVERETT 




OFFICERS - Bob Wheeler, President, Charles Lupton, Vic 
Pres/denf. 




Hashimoto, Matibu, Mien Fvhrer It, and Lar' Deen 



Everett Rogahs 



We are the men of Everett - Rogah House - that 
three-storied architectural abomination which lies 
moldermg in the Lower Quad. Everett - a trio of dull- 
tinted halls around which stands, occasionally, ivy- 
covered walls. Undistinguished, you say? Hardly, 
graced as it is by a social room, a color tube, a ping-pong 
table, and graffiti on the bathroom walls. 

We are proud men. full of a unique spirit only under- 
stood by those who are a part of it. It is an atmosphere 
which has spawned Malibu and his Magic Bed. gripping 
all in its somnolent charm, but catering mostly to Mali- 
bu - say. twenty-four hours a day. We have Sam M. F., 
whose peculiar parlance is matched only by his volume, 
Bob Wheeler, Rogah's Robin Hood and President, who 
will gladly show you his trophies, even if you don't want 
to see them; Stevie B.. a major stockholder in Cannon 
Towels: Super Snave. whose powers of flight, quick 
changes of clothes, and gift of gab are renowned, and 
Godbod of 110, hirsute of face, busy of tongue, though 
usually silent. 

Second floor, third floor, the list goes on. Who can 
forget Polack. that cosmopolitan spy for the B.S.U? 
Going further, we have Chapin Litten, last seen leaving 
Everett fob Timbuktu, Thick and Thin, and points 
beyond. Silent Sims is with us. living proef that man is 
descended from the apes, or perhaps a foghorn. There is 
Pit. whose cleaning habits - or lack of them - wrecked 
three deodorant companies, two coin laundries, and the 
nasal passages of everyone in the Lower Quad. With us 
also is Pierre Squibera, arch-enemy of the Triangle; 
Blob, who sits down to be counted; and many others 
with exploits and idiosyncrasies too diabolical to be 
counted here. 

We Rogah men are famous for our class attendance, 
our scholastic prowess, our political power — rather for 
our lack of them. But still we remain, unchanging, ex- 
cept for the alcholic content of our collective blood- 
stream, which varies constantly. Thus is Everett, with 
its transom basketball, its ever-flowing warning cards, 
and its Nicarauguan magician. 

And of course, Toor Lives, in 109. 



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GRAHAM 




"An Atypical Grahamile — 
Studying." 




"The Graham Crowd Plus One.' 



"The Gorlowian Approach to School — Playboy & Something to Drink." 



OfF/CERS — Harry Peterson, President; Reese Sleen, Vice Presidenf; Dove Henson, Senator; 
Randy MillSf Sec.-Treas.; Victor Batts, Senator; Matt Forstadt, Housemaster. 

Onci: upon d time, one hundred and three indi- 
\'idual students were thrown together under the 
same roof and told to tolerate each other for nine 
months. That was "once upon a time." for in the 
course of those nine months we have ceased to 
think of each other solely as individual students, 
and come to regard ourselves collectively as the 
men of Graham Dorm. 

It would have been hard for us not to develop 
this sense of dorm spirit during the past year. Such 
i^r oup projects as trying to find the dorm again after 
our annual beer blasts tend to bind us closer togeth- 
er. How can you help but like the guys who help 
you set a dorm endurance record by waiting almost 
five hours straight for the mailman to finally get 
here? (And who could ever forget the thrill of 
reaching into your mailbox after he did arrive and 
pulling out three letters for your roommate — and a 
church bulletin for you!?) 

Graham offered great opportunities for individu- 
al advancement too. Milton McNatt managed to fi- 
nance a full semester here by not publishing most 
of the candid pictures he took for the Yack. Hol- 
land Millis and Larry Koontz went all out and won 
the "Best Dressed Room on Campus" award from 
room inspector Billy McCoy. Harold Triplet! was 
unanimously chosen as Graham's Bridge Player in 
Residence, and Mark Phialas declared his own na- 
tional holiday when the long distance operator 
finally learned how to pronounce his name. 

Of course, these are only a few of the highlights 
of the year. But taking into consideration that some 
day our children may stumble across this Yack and 
read through it to find out "what Daddy did in col- 
lege," the rest is best left unsaid. Make 'em find out 
for themselves. 




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1968 AWARDS AND HONORS 

NOBEL PHYSICS PRIZE - To Sylvester for discovering 
how to make dust rattle and for the creation of a mag- 
netic attraction between a wooden broom and a metal 
bedpost. 

CORRELATION AWARD - To John Godwin for having 
his IQ on his dorm jersey. 

LEONARDO DA VINCI AWARD - To joe Trachten- 
bers for painting our phone booth red. 

BEFORE AND AFTER AWARDS - To Bill Kim/xi/l and 
Swope Montgomery. 

WISHY-WASHY AWARD - To Mike Pearman for 
pledging, depiedging. pledging and depledging again, 
all within three weeks. 

SONIC BOOM AWARD - To Gross Fred. 

E.U. WITH THE D.A. AWARD - To Garland Carr for 
studying two straight nights for a final exam that had 
been cancelled. 

THE "BLOW YOUR COOL" AWARD -To Danny Line- 
berger for getting a date with a second-year grad stu- 
dent and then forgetting her name. 

THE CHEMISTRY AWARD - To Greg for the inven- 
tion of flaming snow. 

MUSIC HISTORY AWARD - To Sammv Howe/I. 

THE RIP VAN WINKLE AWARD - To Biil Barnes for 
sleeping through his Business Law mid-term. 

■THE SHOW MUST GO ON" AWARD - To the girls in 
the corner room of first floor jovner. 

THE "WE'RE NUMBER ONE" AWARD - To Lewis 
Dorm for having the lowest overall Q.P. ratio and the 
highest warning card per capita ratio on campus last 
year. 




OFf/CERS - FIRST ROW: Joel Brothen, Senator: Jack Drum, Sec.-Treas. S£COND ROW: 
Ed Rabbins, President: Arthur Dale, Senator. THIRD ROW: Grey Hvtchinson, Vice Presi- 
dent; Leroy Denton, Senator. 

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STACY 




At the kick-off of the 

1967-68 season. Stacy was in the 

receiving position. With good runners, strong 

blockers, and a good bench, we eagerly awaited the ball 

and a chance to prove our greatness against all-star dormitory and 

fraternity teams. With the ball squarely in his hands. Captain Larry Lewis raced 

to the fifty yard line. His run was sparked by key blocks including our dorm picnic, mixers 

with Cobb, and open houses. The first play from scrimmage was a pass by the intramural 



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quickly scampered to the goal line, but - »« -f i" ->•' ■» j • > ■' ^ clipping penalty was called by referee 

Ruffin, and the touchdown was nullified. After a great run by the track team, and a 

tremendous draw play executed by the brotherhood of the entire dorm, we found 

ourselves on the twenty yard line. After running out of downs, a field goal was 

kicked by the participants in the Sex Bowl, and Stacy drew first blood. 

Now we are on the defensive. We are on top but not satisfied with 

our lead. Barring any injuries to our great dorm 

coordination however, the team forsees 

Stacy finishing on top. 




Typico/ Bull Se 



OFFICERS — Randy Hamrick, Senator; Bill Farnhardt, Secretary; Doug 
Harrison, Senator; Larry tew/'s. President; Bill Bornes, Senofor; Jim 
McClellan, Vice President. 



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EAST COBB OFFICERS — Edith Simmons, WAA Representative, libba 
McColl, Publicity Chairmon, Jodi Taylor, Secretary, Linda Williams, Trea- 
surer, Dabby Bishop, Vice-President, Patty LePors, Elections Cha 
Craig Towe, Social Chairman, Sally Spurlock, President, Mary £u» 
Activities Chairman. 



WEST COBB OFFICERS - CLOCKWISE: Mrs. Forrest, Housemother, Shir- 
ley Clowney, Graduate Counselor, Shirley Appel, Vice-President, Judy 
Pepper, Jr., Activities Chairman, Judy B(oclc, Secretary, Edna Turner, 
President, Priscilla Patterson, Graduate Counselor. ABSENT: Sunny Ham- 
mond, Activities Chairman, Mary Lynn Brackshire, Graduate Counselor, 
Ann Stokes, Treasurer. 




HOUSE COUNCIL - TOP: Martha Wayne, Laura White, Libba McCall, 
Roma Kerr, Judy Hippler. BOTTOM: Lynne Taylor, Martha Lovell, Dabby 
Bishop, Vickie Crosland, Karen Kendrick, Doni McMasler 




Cobb doWs up for a housemeeiing. 

Cobb is the big twin dorm. The biggest is always the 
best. Raincoats are traditional for dining at the Circus 
Room. We always look our best for dining at Sunday 
morning breakfasts. Our super Halloween Masquer- 
ade Party found seven masqueraded, including Mrs. 
Carter as witch. Cobbles and their dates this year en- 
joyed watching two new color TV's. Closing hours 
didn't mean a thing with those wee-hours fire drills. 
Hall meetings at midnight went over iike lead balloons. 
Yule season began with a successful Christmas tea in 
spite of cold weather — outside. It ended with thirty 
degree weather — inside. 

But we wouldn't think of living anywhere else. 



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► Appel, Shirley F. 68:' Richmond. Va, 
Aycolh. Ofivia A.. "68: Charlolle 
Bagged. Peggy |.. 71 Wilmington 
Bailey. Sally G.. 68: Tarboro 
Baker. Leslie D.. 70; Stalesville 
Barnwell. Marjorie R . 71: Kinston 
Bennetl. Patricia K,. 71: Laurinburg 

» Birchfield. Patricia E.. 71: Brevard 
Block. ludith C-, 70: Gainesville. Fla. 
Boger, Ann G.. '69: Winston-Salem 
Boggs. Nora W., '68: Cherryville 
Bonner. Karen L. 71 Richmond. Va. 
Boulton, Wendy E. 71. Miane Shores, Fla 
Bragg. Mary B , 7l Hialeah. Fla, 
Brothere, Suzanne I,. '63- Elizabeth Cily 
Brown, Molly B., "68: Carbondale. Ill 

t Bullock, Elizabeth ) . 71: Rocky MounI 
Chapin. Deborah A,, 70: Greenville 
Childress, Joyce A , 70: Winston-Salem 
Courts. Nancy A . 70; Reidsville 
Craig. Ann H.. 71 Pompano Beach. Fla 
Cranford. Marian E. 71 Albemarle 
Currie. Joyce E . 71 Wadesboro 
Dixon, lenanne R., '68: Shelby 
Doliner. Stephanie |,. 70: Raleigh 

► Dom. Margaret A,. 71 Linthicum. Md 
Dudley, Lynell H.. 71 Rocky MounI 
Eljerharl. Clare M . '69: New Canaan, Conr 
Farrell. Chryle , 70: Graham 

Field. Kathleen. 70: Raleigh 



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Fletcher. Margot E.. ': 
Furr. lane D . 71: Mia 
Gelberman. Shen G . 
Glenn. Lenette M. M 
> Goodrich. Mary F.. 7 
Greene, Mary E . 7 
Guhl. Marilyn K . 



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, Fla. 
. '68: New Castle, Pa 
>8: Polkton 
71: Steadman 

High Point 
i Durham 
, Brenda M . '69: Frederick, Md 
Harch. Nancy C, '69 London. England 
Herring, |anet L , 70: Wilmington 
Hickson. Anne M . 70: Middlesex 
Hobson. ludith A.. 70: Tobaccoville 
HoHer. Sheryl A . '69 Elizabeth City 
» Hoi lings worth, Patricia L, 71 Durham 
Howard. Barbara | . 71: New Bern 
Hudson. Janet S.. 70- Temple Hills. Md, 
Hvman. Carol L . 70 Salisbury 
Inman. Martha K.. 71 Shallotte 
Ivesler. Ida P., 70: Winston-Salem 
lacpbs. Jennie P. 71 Hampton. Va 
lohnson. Virginia E. 71 Whiteville 
Johnston. Mary L . 71 Asheville 
I Kain. Jacqueline F. 71: Miami Shores, Fla 
Karsl, Jacelyn E.. 71 Vero Beach. Fla 
Kessler. Cheryl D.. 68: Winston-Salem 
King. Christy L. 71; Greensboro 
Kodack. Stephanie L, 71 Asheville 
Kretsch. Cynthia A . 69. Kenansville 
Lashley. Cornelia A . "68: Greensboro 
Lawrence. Martha M . 71 MilledgeviUe. Gi 



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nh Wilkesboro 
Litzaw. Judith C . 70 Raleigh 
Loflin. Penny S . "71 Asheboro 
Maney. Linda K.. "71 Leicester 
Marmarose. Sandra L, 71: Charleston. SC 
Martin, Miriam G . "70: Greenville 
Maxwell, Rosemary C . "68. Alexandria. Va 
McDonald. Sharon L. 71: Salisbury 
McLamb. Lorraine B. '69. Fayelleville 

' McTear. Marianne, 71; Charlotte 
Memtt, Toni V.. '69; Louisburg 
Miller. Nancy L. 71: Charlotte 
Morpeth. Candice N . '71 Pompano Beach. Fla. 
Morrison. Barbara R.. "69: Plainfield, N J 
Morton, Brenda C. '71; Oakboro 
Morion. Madilyn R.. '71: Norwood 
Murphy. Patricia L, 71: Fayettevillc 
Nethercutt, Helen S.. 69: Roanoke Rapids 

I New. Janet M.. '69- Brevard 
Newton. Elizabeth H . 70: Charlotte 
Payne, Elizabeth A . 70: Arlington, Va. 
Pepper, Judith A., "70 Belmont 
Pittard. Pamela S. '71 Salisbury 
Potter. Donna F,. 7l New Bern 
Propst. Linda J.. '71: Morganton 
Query. Marion E.. "68: Concord 
Rankin. Edith K , "70 Mount Holly 

I Rankin, Louise B,. '68 Belmont 
Rhodes. Elizabeth A,, "70: New Bern 
Ridenhour. Helena R . 71 Rockwell 
Rives, Margaret G.. '71 McKenney. Va 
Roach. Carol F,. '68 Asheville 
Rogers, Jane. '70; Oak Ridge. Tenn, 
Rowe, Brenda L, 71 Mount Olive 
Ruppalt, Susan A,, "70; Charlotte 
Schoen. Gail R., "70: Raleigh 

I Shive. Suzanne M . '71: Kannapolis 
Sheridan. Wendy J,, "69: Brevard 
Sigmon. Mary E.. '69 Concord 
Simmons. Gail D.. '71 Goldsboro 
Sink. Sandra R.. 71; Winston-Salem 
Smith. Georgia A.. 71, Fayetteville 
Smith. Nancy L., '70; Raleigh 
Snyder. Sandra |.. 71 Wilmington 
Spence, Rebecca A. '69; Whiteville 




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Uhiliivv, C.iclihcn, I.S WinMiin-: 
Wilkins. Ijnicc W.. 68 Ru.in.iku I 
Willums, Belly C. (j8: Kinsh.n 
Wmslcad. Nancy R„ li» Farmvilli 
Winlcrs. |udy A. 70 Slat.svillc 
Woodard. Linda L. 70 Culdsbon 
Woods. Sharon D . 71 Middlesex 
Allen. Donna D.. '68: Wendell 
Andrews. MarHaret S.. 71; Farmvi 

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Unl.s.r, Mary L. 71: Wilson 
itnnklr\ Margu F.. 09: Raleigh 
Hi lie. PiBsy L. '69: Elizabelh Cil 
Brulon. Karen S.. 71: Kannapiilis 



1 robland. Vielona C. 1,9 i:li.irl 

I Irossley. Carol M . 71 Wilminglon 
Dalford. Delia A.. 68 Dunn 
Desjarlais. Theresa M,. 71 Sanford 
Domaratschy, Veronica L.. 70; Montreal Ca 
Dunn, lacqueline E,. 70: Charlolle 
l^isenberg. Sharyn L. 71 Durham 
l-:llioll. Donna C. 70: Durham 
l-:ilis. Diane H.. 'ee. Holly Springs 
Krrico. ludylhe L. 68: Sufrern. NY. 

I Euiver. Mary S,. 70: Upper Marlboro. Md 
Kverell. |ohanna L. '69: Ahoskio 
Faber. Pamela B.. 71 Miami. Fla. 
Foss. Katherine D.. 7] Chevy Ch.ise. Md 
Frick. Pearl I.. 71: Richlield 
Friedman, judilh H.. 71 Miami. Fla. 

I'll "^ Iia P. 68: Raleigh 

I 11-. |-..iin ,.\ndrea R.. 7v Sjnbird 

i.i.l.ii i-.loria L, 71 Signal Mounlain. Tenn 

I II.Hnis Iti.inne C. 70: Coldstiin 
C.dney. Ra[:hel E. 69 Shelby 
Graham. Mary E . m Auku-i.i C, 
Gray. Mary M . 71 FaveMevill, 
Gregory. Deborah C 70 Dm ham 
Gregory. Kay M.. 71: Durh.im 
Crifrin. Ella C. 71: lameseille 
Gunler. Frances E . 70: Durham 
Hamlell. Beverly |.. 71 Winston-Salem 
Hammond. Marv M. 70 Kandleman 



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lligdon. [ano C. '69, H 
Nippier. iLldilh A.. 7] 
llMshheie Ian. 71: Ml. 



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lennings. Mdrgarel A . 68 Elizabeth City 
Idnes. Sylvia N.. '68: Durham 
Kemp, Karolyn S.. "70: Greensboro 
Kendrick. Karen K., '70: New Bern 
Kerr. Romona W., 71: High Poinl 
King, Carolyn E., '70: Laurmburg 
Lamb, Patricia F.. 70: Lake Waccamaw 
Lancaster. Helen T., "70; New Orleans, La. 
LePors. Patricia L, "70: Fayetteville 

# Lesley, Laura A.. '70: Salisbury 
Ludlow. Anne L.. 71 Arlington, Va, 
Manning. Ton! I,. '70: Winslon-Salem 
Martin. Martha V., "71: Durham 

Mayo. Stephanie L.. "71: Camp Springs, Md 
McCall. Elizabeth C. '70: Salisbury 
McKinnon, Sharon M , '71 Birmingham, Ala 
McMaster. Danielle K . "68 Asheboro 
McMillan, Shirley I., "69; Durham 
9 Melvm. Maureen C, '71 Elizabelhtnwn 
Morrah. Elizabeth G,, '70: Greensboro 
Morris, |ane, '71: Kings Mounlam 
Morrow. Sherry G.. '69; Asheville 
Mundhenke, Jeanne L , '69: Statesville 
Nelson, Catherine C. '71: Chattanooga, Tenn 
Nelson, |osephine A., '71: Nashville, Tenn 
Nichols, [an G,. '69 Greensboro 
Owens, Michael R.. '69: Columbia. S C 

# Painter. Cynthia L , '70 Charlotte 
Pait. Sandra K.. '71 Bladenboro 
Parker. Pamela |;'71, Swansboro 
Pavlik. Barbara A.. '69- Greensboro 
Phillips. Margaret S , '69. Leavenworth. Kans 
Pillman. lane L , '70; Durham 

Poole. Susan R , '71 Winslon-Salem 
Powell. Cynthia L. '70: Hickory 
Rakeslraw. Elizabeth A., 70; Reidsville 

• Ringrose. Helen M.. '71 Raleigh 
Ritchie, Sara C . "68: Charlotte 
Robbins. lanice M , '71 Asheboro 
Ross. Helen D , '70: Pleasant Garden 
Ryckman. Nancy I-, '68: Asheboro 
Shernll, Mary L,, "69: Troulman 
Simmons, Edith D . '69 Marion 
Smith, Deborah I . '70; Asheboro 
Smith, Ella A.. 71: Tarboro 

• Snyder, Martha ]., '71 Winslon-Salem 
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Spurlock. Sara D. 
Stack, Patricia A, 
Stafford, Susan B 
Stanley, Ellen C. 



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i: Radford, Va, 

Tarlton, Beverly V , 71 Albemarle 

Taylor, Martha L,, "70: Como 

• Terrell, Sharon S . '70: Summerfield 
Thomas, Sarah J,. "68: Culowhee 
Tilley. Bonnie | . "69: Raleigh 
Todd, Paulelle. "68; Winston-Salem 
Todd, Ruth A.. '69: Lexington 
Towe. Suzanne C . '69; Rocky Mount 
Van Den Bout. Diane L. 71. Pinehurst 
Vaughn. Theresa A,. '70: Reidsville 
Walker. Elainfe. '69: Roseboro 

• Ward, Alpha C, 71; Wilmington 
Wayne. Martha A . '71 (acksonville 
Welsh. Kitty D . "68; Oxford 
Wheeler, Wanda S., *70; Wilson 
Wilder, Carolyn G., '69; Kings Mountain 
Williams, Linda D,, "69' Durham 
Woodell. Kathleen M , '71 High Point 
Woolen. Martha L.. "70: Fayetteville 
Young. Alice M., '69 Washington, DC 

• Adams, William C. 7l Arlington. Va. 
Bass. Harold D,. 7i Lucama 
Bellville, Charles G. "69 Durham 
Benton. Ronald E , '69; Havetock 
Blalock. jr.. George A. '70: Rockingham 
Bowling, lohn S-, "70; Wilmington, Del. 
Boyle, lames R., 71: Tyner 

• Broadway, Douglas E,. '68: Charlotte 
Buchanan. Charles L . '70: Kinston 
Buchanan, Ernest C . '69; Kinston 
Burton, 111. )ames H , '68: Warrenton 
Buller, Patrick E,, '70: Lumberton 
Byrd, Luther K,, "70: Elkin 

Carter, Bill R.. '70; Gastonia 
Coleman. Charles C. '71; Kinston 
Coley. Marvin E., '69; Albemarle 

• Coston, Arthur W , "70: Hubert 
Crawford, lames R . 70: Rutherfordton 
Crawley, Francis W, 70: Raleigh 
Cutchin. HI. Joseph H.. '68: Shernll's Ford 
Eldndgp. lames W., '71; High Point 
Elliott, Michael G.. 7l; Old Fort 
Everhart, Gary L., 71 High Poinl 
Finkner. Stephen G., "71 Raleigh 
Fowler. George S,. "68, Henderson 

• Garner. ]t.. Prentiss M . '69: Newpori 
Gerew. Gregory H,. 71: Toms Rivrr. N j 
Guthrie. Robert C, "69; Morehead Cily 
Harriss. Daniel W.. '71: Ayden 
Helsabeck. Eric H , '71 Rural Hall 
Hemric. Stephen G,, 88; Cycle 
Hester, Wilbur K.. '71 Durham 
Himes, Gary F,, '70; Brevard 
Holland, Henry A . '70; Nahunia 









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lonrs, RohiTl L , 71 Grc'cnslioru 
Kfrr, Chjfli-s E . 71 Wcuvi-rvillc 
Kiellv. lames W.. 70 Winslon-Sali'm 
Ljlhan. |r , Mdlcolm H., 70 Pineliluff 
Link. |r. jiihii M.. 69 Durham 
I.u.dS. Harold C, 71 Lucdma 
Mason. David P.. 71: Raleigh 

• Mays, David C, "68: Calhoun Falls, S C 
McLaughlin. Timolhy. 71 Riverside. N 1 
Mohr. John C. 71. Lumherton 

Minns, |r . Edward Z.. 71 Harrisburj 

M M \1' v.inder F., 70: Lansdowne. Pa. 

■.. .-I.: . [.imi's S.. 71: Marion 
I iM, . , .11 II D„ "69: Lawsonville 
' I \i il, li l.ihn. '68: Dortches 
Uucn. Howard W., 71: Fayelteville 

• Pace, |r,. Nolan D., 70: Saluda 
Palsha. Roberl. 70: Burlinglon 
Pcele. Ir . James D.. 71: Edenlon 
Pickens. Peter M.. 70: CharloMe 
Pierce. James B,. '69: Maysville 
Queen. Jr.. James R,. '69: Alexandria. Va 
Rudder. Michael E,. 70: Roxboro 
Sadler. Thomas G., '68: Creedmoor 
Shepherd. Donald R,. 71 Sparla 

• SherrilL George T . 71 Raleigh 
Slade. Richard T.. 71: Williamston 
Smilh. James O.. 71: Favelleville 
Slrader. SIcven G.. 71. Winslon-Salem 
SIrawbridgc. Robert A.. 71: Durham 
Taylor. Roberl V.. '68: Concord 
Waldrop. Charles D . 70: Columbus 
Worsley, Jerry M.. '69: Tarboro 
Yelverton. Daniel E. 70: Pittsburgh, Pa 

• Blackwelder, Joseph D.. 71 Concord 
Bland. Micheal S , 'eg' Rutherfordlon 
Bndgers, Frederick B.. 70: Elm City 
Caraluro. Gene B,. 70: Salisbury 
Cheek. John E . 71: BurJinglon 
Clark, Herbert F.. 71: Slalesvillc 
Cntlenden, John C. 70: Crewe. Va. 

• Davis. Alan C. 71: Thurmond 
Denny, Andy C. '68: Garner 
Douglas. Beniamin, 71 Tryon 
Duns, Peter L„ 71: Hendersonville 
Funderburk. William C. 70: Charlolle 
Gatis. Jr. Raymond A.. 70: Launnburg 
Goodwin. Dennis W,. 70: Kinston 
Gray, Larry D., 70: Winston-Salem 
Hall. Samuel B . 70: Morganlon 

• Hamilton. Henry D.. 71 Wadeshoro 
Harper. Steven B,, 71 Burlington 
Haynes. Denver J., 70: North Wilkesboni 
Haynes, Jr , Kenneth R,. 70: Reidsville 
Heard. Christopher P.. 70: Chattanooga. Tenn 
Hicks. Thurston T, "68: Henderson 
Hixson. Mark E., 70: Chicago Heights. Ill, 
Holyfield. James F.. 70: Mt Airy 
Huband. Earl C, '69: Wilmington 

• Hudgins. Jr.. John A.. 70: Durham 
Johnson. Marvin D.. 70: Dunn 
Kilpatrick. III. John T., 71: Richmond. Va. 
Lantz. Charles A., 70: Spruce Pine 
Loflis, George W., 71. Brevard 
Ludwig. Neil C . '69: Faith 

Lupton. Charles H,. '69: Birmingham. Ala 
Macy. Earl E.. '69: Parkersburg. W Va. 
Martin. Peter M.. '70: Washington, D,C 

• Maulden, Dennis C. '70: Concord 
McCurmick. John F.. 70: Greensboro 
McKinney. Roy S., '70: Spindale 
Milbralh, Jr.. Arthur G.. '68, Elizabeth City 
Molaro, Allen A. '70: Wadesboro 
Morton, Leon O.. '70: Portsmouth. Va 
Murdock. Jr. William C, '71 Statcsville 
Nash, 11. Bruce T. '70: Winston-Salem 
Nunnery. William M.. '70: Kutherfordlon 

• Oglesby. Tommie D,. '69: Newport 
Palmer, Jerry W.. 71. North Wilkesboro 
Perez-Mancebo. Rafael E.. '71: Managua. N 
Pollock. Roy D.. '69: Clinton 

Pruell. Jr. Theodore C. '70: Winston-Salem 
Raynor. William R.. 71 Henderson 
Reid. William K.. 71: Pineville 
Riddick, |r Harry S. '89 Gatesville 



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Saunders, Chase B,. '69. Charlotte 
Shockley. Randolph A., 71: Greenville. S C 
Sims, Dale A., '69 Panama City, Fla 
Suavely, Micheal W,. '70: Clinton 
Spencer. Charles W.. '70: Statesville 
• Stone. Duke L.. '70: Raleigh 
Sivron. Elvin T . '69: Davis 
Swindal. Frederick L. '71 Tampa. Fla 
Swmk. William J . '71: Miami. Fla 
Temple, Richard H., 71: Charlotte 
TrogJon, Lanny O., '71: Asheboro 
Vinson. 111. Irwin L.. 71: Aulryville 
Walkup. Ronald W . '69 Rutherlurdton 
Wall, Thomas E , '70: Winston-Salem 



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• VValson. 111. Oswald B.. 71- Bedford. Va 
Wells. |r., Henry G . 69: Georgetown. Ky. 
Wheeler. Roberl C. 68: Durham 
Whilacre. William N.. 70: San Diego. Calif 
Wood. Edward M . 71 Norfolk. Va 
Worlev. Robert W.. 70: Princeton 
Wynne. David I.. 71: Norfolk. Va 

# Ashbum. Philip E.. 70: Walkertown 
Ayash. Gary H . 70: Wilmington 

Banta. Bradford C . 70: Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 
Behre. Christopher. "69: Winter Park. Fla 
Berg. Ir.. Randall. 71 [acksonville. Fla 
Blackmon. Andrew M,. 71 Swansboro 
Bering. Dennis E . '69 Andrews 
Bradley. |r . lames H . 69 Rocky Mount 
Bradner. James N. '69 Winter Park. Fla 

# Collins. Terry L. 70: l^t. Airy 
Cox. Richard L. 70 Burlington 
Cutler. |r . Martin A.. '69 Raleigh 
Cutler. William R . '69: Raleigh 
Drew. Samuel N.. '70: Mineral. Va. 
Fogleman. Dannie B,. '70: Greenville. SC. 
Guffey. Carl W.. '71: Dallas 

Hamline. Warren L,. '70. Norwalk. Ohio 
Henson. H, David. '70 Asheville 

• Hnwell. Laxrv S 70- Princeton 
Johnson, [ohn H.. '70: Raleigh 

;|ohnson. |r , [ohn L . '70 Morganton 
■Killough. jr.. Walter |-. '67: Charlotte 
Koonts. Larry C. '68 Lexington 
Lowry. Richard L . '70: Charlotte 
McKelter. |r . Henry N.. '69: Rowland 
McNatt. Charles M,. '71: WinstonSalem 



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• Miller. Robert C . 69 Charlotte 
Millis. Holland K . '69 Newport 
Mills. Randy W . '69 Yadkinville 
Minor. III. William T. 71 Charlotte 
Moretz. jr . )onas C . "71 Boone 
Morton. Andrew D . 71 Stella 
Peele. Ernest R . '71 Goldsboro 
Peele. Kimball T . 71, Williamslon 
Penkava. Larry D . '69 Asheboro 

Peterson. Harry P . '69 Leiand 

Phillips. Donald G,. '69: Fayelteville 
Phillips. Richard M . '71 Raleigh 
Ramsay. |r.. Thomas E.. 70. Brevard 
Reiman. ]r , Robert E . '71: Boone 
Riplev. )ohn P.. '71: High Point 
Self. Richard B.. '70: Gary 
Smith. Thomas E.. '69: Columbus 
Stanley. John A. '71. Goldsboro 

• Steen. Reese A. 71: Rockingham 
Stephenson. |r . Gilbert D . '71 Smithfield 
Swam. H, David. '70: Walkertown 
Talley. [ohn L. '71 Sanford 

Tarleton. James F. 71 Raleigh 
Thomas, [r . lames R . 71 Broadway 
Toelkes. David E . 71 Winston-Salem 
Tripletl. Harold □ . '68. Boone 
Werlz. Robert O . '70 Sanford 

• Whisnant. Bobby N. 71 Hickory 
Williams. Wendell M . 68 Fayetleville 
Wilson. Daniel B . '68 Mill Spring 
Wilson. Robert E. 70 Wilmington 
Wisdom. William E. 71 Coral Gables. Fla. 
Alexander. ."Uvin P Jr.. '70 West leffeison 
Archer. Burke O . '70 Winston-Salem 

• .Arnold. Andrew J.. '69 Pea Ridge 
Austin. |ohn E, 111. '70 Monroe 
Avery. Isaac T III. '71 Statesville 
Beddow. Thomas F,. '68 Bethesda, Md 
Bradshaw. Aubrey O III. 71 Monroe 
Brother?. Aaron W. '68: Elizabeth City 
Brothers. |oel V . 70: Elizabeth City 
Capps. [nhn R . '69 Elizabeth City 
Cdrr. Garland E. '68: Wallace 

• Cole William L. "69 Kingsporl. Tenn 
Davis. |r . Ben|amin F,. "68: Raleigh 
Denton. Robert L Jr. "69: Charlotte 
Dibbert. Douglas S . '70 Favetteville 
Dickson. Douglas N . '71 Jacksonville. Fla 
Dilda. James H.. '68 Fountain 

□ ixson. Carl E . Jr . '68 Winston. Salem 

Farmer. Willis G . '70: Bailey 

Fayed. Salmen T.. '69. Roanoke Rapids 

• Godwin. John B . '70 Dunn 
Greenberg. Edward M-. '70- Asheville 
Haislev, Roberl E Jr. 69 Havelock 
Hardison. Samuel C. 69 Williamston 
Harris, Jerald R . 71 Rocky Mount 
Henderson, joe B )r . '71: Davidson 
Hendren. Richard W . '70: Salisbury 
Herndon. Timolhv W . '70: Lumberlon 
Hood. Richard T, III. 71: Kinsliin 

• Hubbard. John L.. '69: Kingsport. Tenn 
Hudler. Teddy |.. '70: West Jefferson 
Keller. John A-. 111. '69: Charlotte 
Kimball. William C. 71: Charlotte 
Unier. John M.. "71: Albemarle 
Lineberger. Danny L. "70: Dallas 
Linn. Carl P. '70 Landis 

Marquez. Ernest B 11. '68 Havelock 
McPherson. Bruce W . 70 Elizabeth City 



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• Momgomery, Wayne S |r , 70: AsheviUe 
Newman, Walter C. "69 Fredericksbui^. Va. 
Padgett. Herman M,. "70 Holly Ridge 

Page, Richard W . '69: Charlotte 
Peal. George A . '68: Chadbourn 
Pearman, Michael T,. 70: Kinstnn 
Pleasants, Michael L, 70: Aberdeen 
Qmllian. Millard B. 71 Bradenton, Fla 
Robbins, Edward D,, fifi. Scanidale, N,Y 

• Robertson, Crowder B [r , "68 Virgilina. Va, 
Schwenn, William L. 71 Falls Church, Va, 
Shaw, lames B , 70: Monroe 

Sbedd, John D„ '69: Middlelown, N,J, 
Siebenschuh, Douglas C , 71 Newport 
Smith. Roger P , 69: Goldsboro 
Snow. Gregory L,, '69: Winston-Salem 
Starr. Michael L. 71 High Point 
Stephenson, |r, Gilbert D,, 70 Lumberlun 

• Stut^es, Frank R,. 71 Raleigh 
Teague, Bruce 1 , '68: Hickory 
Terry, |ohn O,, 70: Fort Myers, Fla. 
Urguhart, Albert C, 71 Raleigh 
Viels, William W,, 71: Whiteville 
Whitlatch, George T., "68. Atlanta, Ga 
Wicker, Charles W., 71 Aberdeen 
Williams, Michael G., 70: New Bern 
Yarborough, \6am H. 71: Smithfield 

• Yates, Stephen N , 71 Kinston 
Young, Joseph T, 70 Dunn 
Abraham. Napoleon F. '68: Charlotte 
Barbee, 111. George S,. 70: Sanford 
Barnes, lames E. '69 Greenville 
Barnes. William H.. 70: Clayton 
Bourne. 111. Francis C. 70: Murphy 

• Bowcn. III. William C. 71 Dallon. Ga 
Brown, lames R,, 70 Shelby 
Caldwell, III, Mack D . '68: Charlotte 
Carpenter, Gerald E , '71 Norwood 
Chandler, Robert G . 71 Greenville 
Chaney, Charles R . '69 Cramerton 
Croom', Sr, Edward M,, '70 Charlotte 
Daughtridge, III. Vernon F, '70 Wilson 
Defriest. David E,. 70 Shelby 

• Dudley. Thomas A.. '71, Bladensburg. Md 
Evans. King C. '68: Fayetleville 

Fagan, Harry L , '69: La Plata, Md 
Faircloth. William M . 71 Spring Lake 
Farns, |r-, Charlie P . '69: Wilson 
Fields. Jr., fames C. '68 Santord 
Finkelstein. jr. Leo. 68 Asheville 
Freeman. Thomas G.. '70 Morganlon 
Frji. It . Charles H, '71 Carthage 

• Garrett. George R . '71: Greenville 
Garth, Winston S., 71 Athens, Ala 
Gelder, Robert B, 71: Asheville 
Gilchrist. John A,. 71 Fayelteville 
Grant, Steven S.. '69: Southern Pines 
Green. Stephen S . '70 Lenoir 
Harrison. Howard D„ '70 Cramcrton 
Hawkins, Jr., Reginald A. '70 Charlotte 
Henderson. Terry A. '71 Conover 

• Hendrick. Maurice H . '71 Rulherlordton 
Hight. Ir . Henry W., '71 Henderson 
Hill, lohn M , '70: Pilot Ml 

lohnson. Rodney R, '71 Greenville 
Koonce. Nell W . '69: lacksonville 
Lambert. Philip L . '70: Spring Lake 
Lampley. Gordon B . '71: Norwood 
Layton. |r.. lack G . '71 Sanford 
Lewis, lames L.. '68: Durham 

• Linker. |r. Thurman S.. '68 Concord 
Lowrance. David W,. '69 Mooresville 
Martin. |r . Kissel. '70: Fayetteville 
McCall. David E.. '70: Lenoir 
McClellan. |ames D . '68 Charlotte 
McGill. Kent H . '71 Lakeview 
Midgett. Raymond L, '71. Hatleras 
Moore. Kenneth R.. '70 Lenoir 
Murphrey. Ernest G . '71 Greenville 

• Neal. lohn M . 68 Marion 

Parker. William | . '68. Murtreesboro 
Payseur. Danny A. '69 Dallas 
Pecheles. Joseph P.. 71 Greenville 
Perry. Roger L . '71 Spring Lake 
Phifer. Melvin B,. '68- Charlotte 
Rawlings. Fred C. '70 Durham 
Ridgeway. jr. Thomas B.. '70: Burlington 
Robinson. A Davidson. '69: Mt Holly 

• Satterwhile. Linwood H . '70: Winston-Salem 
Shaping. Ronald V . '69 Morganton 
Simmons. III. B L. '71: Chevy Chase. Md. 
Thomas. |r . Lyell |.. 71 Winston-Salem 
Thrift. Ashley O . '68: Charlotte 

Tillman. Michael G.. '69 Sanford 
Umstead. Allan W . '68 Fayetteville 
Waite. lohn M,, '71: Waukesha. Wis, 
Williams, |r , Malcolm C, 71 Greenville 



• Wright, loseph D , '71 Marshville 
Wyrick, Ronald E. 70 |ameslowr 



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OFFICERS 
Laura Rap: 
Secretary; 
SENT. Ben 



- STANDING: Richard Wilson, Social LI. Governor; Bob MosfeHer, Secretory; 
er, Porliamentorion; Bernie Bouguess, Speaker of the Senofe; libbie Levill, 
Bob Honcycuft, Academic t(. Governor; Kenn Pitts, MRC Represenlalive. AB- 
Taylor, Treasurer. 



SCOTT 
COLLEGE 



Scott College is proving that a residence 
college is not a fancy collection of bricks, 
but a style. Scott College is combo parties, 
faculty visits, friends, touch football games, 
or just being with your date in the juke box 
room. 

We have many things to remember about 
this past year. We remember the good times 
at the combo parties, and the not-so-good 
cramming for exams. Perhaps it was those 
Saturday nights playing the free juke box, 
or throwing around the football. There was 
the Homecoming Display, and the Christ- 
mas carolling with our better halls — Alder- 
man and Mclver. There were the house 
meetings, the Senate meetings, and the bull 
sessions with friends. 

These were only a small part of the 
memories. It really went beyond all this as 
each of us recall different things — but we 
all enjoyed each other while living together 
at Scott. 




SCOTT COLLEGE SENATE — FRONT ROW: Jane Bagwell, Hariet Funk, laura Raper, Sherry McCullough, Doris Wagner, Marcia Kearney. 
SECOND ROW: Richorc* Wilson, Bill Griffin, David leonard, Sam Dork, Bob Mosteller, Narley Coshwell, Nick Didow. THIRD ROW; Bain 
Hickman, Marty Melvin, lewis Liles, Bixby Cooper, Pete Bieber, Rusty Taylor, John Thompson, David Lillle. 



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Avery houses the members of Carolina'i 
i Charlie Scott and Dick Grubar, shown 
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ed basl<etball team, such 
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OFFICERS - John Wyalt, Senator: Jim Folds, 
Secretary; Gillie Spratt, Vice-President; Dan 
Johnsfon, President. 



Following recent tradition, Avery House once 
again used the year to improve itself in many ways. 
It housed the best basketball team on campus, and 
one of the best in the nation. Throughout the sea- 
son, various activities — including celebrations — 
proved to the team our undying support. Also dur- 
ing the year Avery became the first house on cam- 
pus to have both washers and dryers, although 
their installation proved to be more a matter of 
time than effort. In fact, by the time installation 
was complete, preparations were almost finished 
for jubilee. Avery did get more exercise this year, 
compliments of the intramural managers and the 
Campus Traffic Commission. Avery added a sec- 
ond manager this year, and the resulting perform- 
ances were indicative of the work and spirit of the 
managers and participants alike. House teams fin- 
ished very high in football, track, basketball, and 
baseball. For the first time, however, we could not 
drive to the gym to get our exercise. We had to walk 
the far reaches of South Campus to find our cars, 
and even then we had no assurance that they could 
be found. Only one change during the year proved 
really detrimental, however. The close proximity 
of the newly consolidated PTA Laundry Room to 
the Avery Canteen ruined quite a few clothes; but 
even this was not fatal, for business in the "Blue 
Room" was up 15%. Nothing can stop an Avery 
Man! 



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PARKER 




As usual, the residents of Parker know that they 
are living in the Best Damn Residence Hall on Cam- 
pus. This year's activities started out with a bang in 
the Sex Bowl with Alderman — Mclver Halls. As 
the year progressed, Parker again proved its lead- 
ership of Scott College with football banners 
(those censored and displayed), receptions after 
home football games, house suppers and other ac- 
tivities. These activities came about under the 
leadership of David Leonard. President, Nick 
Didow, Vice President. Joe Rhyne, Secretary, 
David Little, Treasurer, and the floor senators. 
With an exceptional crop of jocks, Parker's in- 
tramural program had an outstanding year under 
our capable intramural manager. Bill Brown. Other 
leadership came from Housemaster Bill Robinson 
and Floor Advisers Larry "Rah-Rah" Roadman and 
John Malone. Attendance at house meetings was 
surprisingly good (there were more residents pres- 
ent than officers). Parker's tube team was at its 
usual strength again this season with those desiring 
a rest from the books. Of course there was the exo- 
dus on weekends by many residents to Greensboro 
for extra-curricular activity. Again it can surely be 
said that Parker has enjoyed another successful 
year. 



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Ms TEAGUE 



OFFICERS - Eric Cain, Tre 
Bernard Bouguess, President. 

Chief of Navel Operations. 



H. A1. Kimel, Secretary; J. Clod Nance, Vice-President; 





"See your beer 



Now accepting reservations for a limited num- 
ber of select clientele in Fabulous Teague Gardens. 
Located in the heart of the entertainment district, 
Teague House serves as the upper house of Scott 
Residence College. 

Modestly exclusive. Teague offers a retreat from 
the vast anonymity of highrise living found in the 
outlying slum districts of South Campus. Thrill to 
its promimity to the real campus: sleep extra min- 
utes each morning; eat at the Pine Room and avoid 
the C-food at Chase. 

Entertainment? Teague is nestled snugly be- 
tween Kenan Stadium (Well, there was the Sigma 
Chi Derby) and Carmichael (concerts, concerts, 
and of course the wonderful Blue Five). Sit on our 
spacious balconies, sip a brew and take your 
choice of entertainment, depending on the season: 
soccer, track meets, football practice. Tar Heel 
Band practices, ROTC drills, or even girls' PE 
classes. 

Nightlife? Teague offers a complete social pro- 
gram: Free flicks, sex discussions (organized, yet) 
and beer blasts. The Casino Royale cuts cards from 
Monday to Thursday nights. On weekends, mixers, 
combo parties and the big Wurlitzer are guar- 
anteed to turn even the most lizardly freshman into 
a stud. 

Make your reservations now — but expect to be 
turned down. 

Teague — The Original South Campus. 

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Colleges 199 



Rjgwell. Ema | . 69: Castonia 
Burroughs. Linda K.. M: Kosciu! 
Cirr, lohnnye C. '68: Rose Hill 
D.iiigherly, Mary R,. 68 China C 
IijVL-nporl. Mary K-, 7ft Durhair 
Hall. Carolyn L.. 68: Augusta. G 
Hall. Virginia M.. '68: Augusla. C 

Hasty. Anne B,. "69 HickoiT 
Hanes. Peggy A.. 68 Charlotte 
Huff. Rebecca S. 68 Chapel Hil 
lacobs. Betsy H.. 68- Raleigh 
Kirksey. Mane K.. '68: Morganton 



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Meloy. Barbara A.. '68: West Hartford. Conn 
Moms. Carole M.. '68 Knoxville. Tenn. 
Raper Laura [,. 68: High Point 

• Srhlagel. Elizabeth K . 68: Clyde 
Shackelford. Lauizeh L,. 68 Meluchen. N 1 
-...mmcrs. Gail A . 69 Durham 
irolman. Dorothy F . 68 Wmston-Salem 
VVarman. Barbara D-. '68 Boone 

Adams, iennifer A,. 69: Durham 
Baldwin. Elizabeth G., '70: Alexandria. \'d 

• Barnum. Carol M . '68: Atlanta. Ga 
Beasley. Cora A . 68: Morrisville 
Becker. Linda j . '70: Valdese 
Block. Christina |.. '69: Raleigh 
Bowden. Emily R . '68: Castonia 
Brooke. Martha L . 68 Atlanta. Ga 
Buckingham. Sarah A . '69 Asheville 
Bunce. Madge. '68: Fayetteville 
Campbell. |, Dianne. '69 Mount Holly 

• Carson. Anna M,. '69: Elkin 

Clerici. Theresa A.. '68: Winston-Salem 
Cupple. Carol E.. '69: Nashville. Tenn 
Daves. Patricia L . 69 Kannapolis 
Diaz. Patricia A . '69 Fayetteville 
Dixon. Ann P.. '68 Elizabeth City 
Dixon. Linda D,. 69 focky Mount 
Echevern. Elssie. '69: Call. Columbia 
Ellison. Carol L.. 70: Burlington 

• Farmer. Dell M,. '68: Rockv Mount 
Flynn. Frances B . '68 Garland 
Foole, Judy A.. '68. Castonia 
Funderburk. Betty D,. "68: Aberdeen 
Goodman. |ulie R . '69- Winston-Salem 
Greene. Carolyn L . '69: Charlotte 
Hanson. Maree E . '68: Winthrop. Mass 
Hartwig. ierry A-. 70 Charlotte 
Hester. Pollyanna. '68 Marion 

• Mill. Jiianna V . 70 Charlotte 
Hill. Susan B . '68 High Point 
llines. Lenora I. 68 Hillsborough 



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Honcycutt. Ellen M . 70 High Poinl 
Hughes. Patricia E. '88 Albany, (.a 
Hundley. Martha S. 68 Arlington. Va 
lames. Anne W . '68: Mebane 
lones. Elizabeth S. '69 Charlotte 

• Kearney. Marcia | . '68 Charlotte 
I-awrence. Marv S . 69 Raleigh 
bvitt. Libbic r'.. 68 Charlotte 
l.ittle. Susie A . '70 Norivood 
I.loyd. Avis. '69 Hillsborough 
London. Mary N,. 69 Charlotte 
Liiugee. Linda M,. 68 Durham 
Markham. Dianne G . '68 Greensboro 
MiCullough. Sharon A,. '68: Hickory 

• Mitchell. Janice M . '69: La Plata. Maryl, 
Miilony. Frances L,. '68 Durham 
Moore. Margaret A. '68: Concord 
Morse. Chery L. '69: |acksonville. Fla 
Nielsen, Jennifer C. '68: Hillsborough 
Noll, ludith A.. '68: Charlollc 

Parks. Martha E,. '70: Southern Pines 
Reeves. Gail L. '68: Salisbury 
Schrader. S. A . '68: Newport Beach. Ca 

• Simpson. Penny T.. '70: Elon College 
Smith. Edith G. '68 Winston-Salem 
Smith. Eveline L. '68 Douglas. Ca 
Smith. Lilona M,. '68: Winslon-Salem 
Smith, Linda A.. '68: Morganton 
Someis. Teresa. '70: Burlington 
Spruill, Billic L, '68: Kinston 
Sutton, Bobbie N„ '69 Henderson 
Tucker. Bonnie E-. "68 Winston-Salem 

• Wagner. Doris E.. '69: Lake Lure 
Watson, Mary W., '69: Wagram 
Watson, Susan R , "68: Durham 
Wonsavagc, Carol G-. '68 Winslon-Salf 
Young. Antonia C. '68 Rockingham 
Young, Nancy M., '69 Charlotte 
Allen. Dan R., "69: Smithfield 

• Angell, Charles M , "68 Miami, Fla. 
Arhart, Roger W,, '69: Palatine, 111 
Armour, Alan R., '70: South Holland, II 
,Vmslrong, Thomas F , Jr , '71 Raleigh 
Aulen, William L-, "69: Hunlersville 
Austin, Uwrence B., "69: Lewiston 



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• Bfrry, MjrI.n D. 71: Greensboro 
Block, Michael | |r . m Ml PIcasunI 
Block, Nurman E . '71: Greensboro 
Bowles. Slephen R. 'eg: Winslon-Sjiem 
Bowman, Clyde M, |r.. '70: Lenoir 
Bradlord. |ames H.. 71: Stalcsville 
Breneman, |amcs E . '68: Hendersonville 
Bmwn, Boyd M,, 70: Ashehoro 
Brown, Charlie R-, 71: Morganton 

• Brown. |e(frey A,. 71: Winslon-Salcm 
Brown. |oel M,. 69: Valdcse 
Buchanan, William H. |r,. m: Raleigh 
Bunch, Robert E-, 70: Lewiston 



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Byrum. Barry W.. '71: Charlotte 
Campbell, Gresorv P, '68 Bavonne, T 
Carter, George M "ii n.iMsl.nr,, 
• Carter. Ralph K -; \ .,lli::>,ll, 

Causey, Willcrni M |i cB i,i,riislio 
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Chalfield. Ill, William H,. '69: Cincinnati, Ohi 
Clegg, Aubrey L |r , "68: Greensboro 
Coleman, Robert D. Ill, "69 Columbia, SC 
Conley, Charles C. '71: Morganton 

• Cox, Kenneth E.. '69: Newton Grove 
Graver. Stephen M., '69 Winslon-.Salem 
Grumpier. Thomas N . '68: Selma 
Curtis, David L, '69 Mooresville 
Dark, William S,, '70: Bear Creek 
Daughtry, Richard F |r , '68: Goldshoro 
Davenport, Preston E |r. '71: Greensboro 
Davis, johnny M , '68 Durham 

Davis. Richard E , '69: Winston-Salem 

• Dedmiin, Leroy P |r.. 71 Baltimore, Md 
Denton, jimmie C. '70 Washington 
DiPalma. Charles F. '68 Favetteville 
Donnelly. |ohn F |r . '70: Slatesville 
Eason. Will W III. '70: Rockv Mount 
Eggleslon. Donald P.. 71: Charlotte 
Evans. Larry M . '68: Lexington 
Fleming, |ohn B |r . 71: Raleigh 
Floyd, lames M . '68: Raleigh 

• Folds li.i I, '70: Greensboro 
li.inHoi n.ivid L, '89: Raleigh 
Fi.ioklm Ihomas P., '70: Newland 
1-icn, h Krrrv R, '70 High Point 
(..itewood, Thomas E, |r.. '68: Raleigh 
Goodman. William G., '68: Salisbury 
Gordon, Laurence M , '70: Belhesda, Md 
Craves. Reginald O., '69 Charlotte 
Green, William T. Ill, '70: Gainesville. Fla. 

« Gnttin, William C, '71 Charlotte 
Griffin, lames R |r., '69: Charlalte 
Grubar, Richard A,. '69: Schenectady. N.Y 
Gulley. [ohn E , '71: Tarboro 
Mansley. Lonnie Lee, '70: Roanoke Rapids 
Harkey, Larry P.. '70: Charlotte 
Harmon. Peggy M.. 71: Buies Creek 
Hart. Jr. |oseph |., '68: Youngsvllle 
Hart, loseph Milton |r . '71: Grifton 

• Hartley. Gary M . '70: Hudson 
Hervev. Philman L. 71: Greensboro 
Hickman, Bain M. |r. '70: Hudson 
Hicks. Charles E.. '71 Lawndale 
HinnanL |essc R. |r,. '68: Wendell 
Hood. Robert H. |r,. '71: Greensboro 
Howerton, Thomas D.. '69: Gibsonville 
Hunt. Raymond C.. '69: Rocky Mount 



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9 Hyman. jr . Roberl E., "69: Lewiston 
Irons, Harold G., '69: Chapel Hill 
|,ickBon. Gilbert H. III. '69 Beaufort 
Jennings. II. Carlos D.. "71: Charlotte 
lohns. Robert E. 111. '71: Raleigh 
lohnsey. Clarence G , '71: KInston 
lohoson. Mark S. '70: Laurinburg 
Johnston. Daniel R,. '69: Asheville 
lones. Michael Charles. '68: Henderso 

• Kelly, David R., '70: Valdese 
Kelly, Ml. hael E, '71: Valdese 
Knie. iinnld L, '68: Hickory 
Knedhk, Konald W, '71: Greensboro 
Uidd, |r,, Edwin V,. 71: Salisbury 
Laney, Ralph B, '70: Lenoir 
Lawrence, William B., '69: Mt Airy 
Liebharl, Richard F, '71: Morganton 
Little, Robert A, jr., '69: Lincolnton 

• Little, Roberl G. '68: Hickory 
Livingston. William C. '70: Charlotte 
Long. lohnny P., '69: Mount Airy 
Luoday, Michael T,, '69: Pinchurst 
Man ring, Scott T., '70 Greensboro 
Marcus. Arthur S . '71 Rocky Mount 
Margeson. Edward C. '71: Raleigh 
Martin, Darryl R . '69: Spindale 
McKen'ney. Patrick A.. '71 Wilmingto 

• McLamb. Dan [.. "71 Benson 
Meakin. John W.. '71: Rocky Mount 
Meyer. Michael B.. '71: Enfield 
Montenyohl. Victor L, '70: Aiken. S C 
Moore. George William |r,. '68: Cono\ 
Morgan. Mike R.. '71: Charlotte 

ney. Patrick D., "69: Spmdale 



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• Nuckols. Thomas A., ^l Kinslon 
PilBnm. John H,. 71 Spindale 
Pitlman. Benny R. 71 Rulherfordton 
Pillman. Raymond L llf. 71 Fayettevclle 
Pollock. Hoke D.. 71 Soulhern Pines 
Pons, |ohn D , 70: Valdcse 

Price, lames H.. 71: Rulherlocdton 
Price. Richard P . 71 Casar 
Propsl. Michael B , 71 Morganlon 

• Puryear. Paul ]. 71 Greensboro 
Queen. Roger W-. 70 Shelby 
Roach. Timolhy F.. ■68: Mooresville 
Roberts II. Frank T. 70: Mr Cilead 
Robinelte. |r . John C , 68 Hickory 
Robinson. Earl T. 71 Morganton 
Rogers. Randall D . '68 Indianapolis. Ind 
Rollins. Paul C. 68: Grover 

Rule. William S. '69 Winslon-Salem 

• Sale. Alvin T. '69 Winston-Salera 
Sams. Waller A. III. 68 Athens. Georgia 
Sandlin. Leon | ir. 70 Fayelleville 
Schnur. Larry D-. 71 Scarsdale. N.Y 
Selzer. |r . |oseph E . 70: Elizabelh City 
Shechan. |ohn P . 69 |acksonville 
Shipman. Boyce E . 69 Horse Shoe 
Shoaf. Chon R.. 70: Lexington 



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• Smith. Barry K. 71 Blanche 

Smith. Stephen C. 71: Birmingham. Ala 
Spain. |ai k H.. 71 Winston-Salem 
Sj»ock. D R . 71: Raleigh 
Stjniil. I.ihn W,. '68 Selma 
Spratt. 111. Robert G. 70: Charlotte . 
Stewart. Charles I . 71 Coats 
Tarleton. Harold V . 71 Peachland 
Thompson. |ames D . '69 Ruthertordton 

• Tripled. Thomas N . 70 Valdese 
Tultle. Elvin G.. '69: London. Ky 
Walden. |r. Warren E . 71 Granite Falls 
Walker. Robert R,. '69: Kinston 
Watson. Donald Minor. 71: Raleigh 
Way. Brady Cole. 68: Beaufort' 

Way. lohn E. 69 Beaufort 
West, Leigh F. 71 Kinston 
Wbisnant. Thomas W. 71: Lenoir 

• Whitehead. Lavvlher G . 70- Scotland Neck 
Williams. David L.. 71 Greensboro 
Wilson. Richard W . 70 Charlotte 
Winfrey. Ronald E . 68. Winston-Salem 
Wise. Carol T. 69 Maiden 

Wuodall. lohn C. 71 Benson 
Wooten. Charles E. 69 La Grange 
Wyatt. lohn C. '69 Greensboro 
Young. Robert O,. '69 Atlanta. Ga 

• Adams. Benny R . 70: YadkinviUe 
Adcock. lerry W,. '69 Henderson 
Almond, Michael A,. 71: Pilot Mountain 
.'\nders. Archie W . '68: Clinton 

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Boykin. Thomas B. '68 Zebulon 
Bradley. Ir.. lames E. '69 Wake Forest 



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Butler, jerry L,. '68: Grifton 
Carroll. Kenneth P . 70 Wilmington 

# Casper. Richard Y. '69 Mt Pleasant 
Cherry. David L. '71 Aulander 
Clark. Hubert W . '70 Evcretts 
Clark. |r. Malcom N. '69: Raetord 
Clay. Willeam L. 68 Lenoir 
Cline. Datwin E,. 70: Newlon 
Cobb. Donald T. '69: Ronboro 
Cole. Ronald W.. '68 Forest City 
Cooper. M Bixby. '69: Birmingham. A 

• Craven. |r,. Dallas C. '71 High Point 



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Dalton. Walter H . 71 Spindale 
Davis. Larry W.. '69 Charliille 
Dedmond. Marcus A.. '71 Glillside 
Didow. |r . Nicholas M . '70 Monroe 
Dillard. |r . lack C. 71 High Point 
Drye. James M.. '69: Charlotte 
Knsley. Billy |.. 70: Andrews 
• F.igg. lohn S,. '69: Richmond. Va 
Faulkner. Daryl |.. 71 Henderson 
Faulkner. III. Howard V . '70 Hendei 
Feffer. David A.. "71: Washingtoi 



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. Ir. Herman L.. '71: Charloti 
,ghty. Kevin E.. '68: Raleigh 



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H.irrell. Clarence B. 69 Kl 
ILirrington. Thomas M. 'BS 
Hams. Thomas B . '88: Mcbane 
llarriss. Robert U.. '68: High Point 
1 liflner. Thomas H . '70 Glen Alpine 






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I lli-fner, Robert W, 71 Conover 
ll.nry, Paul D. 69 Asheville 
Mill, jr.. Eugene B,. 71- High Poinl 
Mnlhnger. Anthony E,, '69; Allentown. 
Hough. |r.. Horace B.. 71: Charlotte 
Hubbard. Ir , Stanley B. "B9: Charlotte 
Huneycutt. Bobby f. 70: Stanfield 
Isenhower, Robert W . 71: Conover 
Kelly, Micheal W,. 68 Carlisle, Pa 

I Kcnnerly, Richard V, 71: Ramseur 
kicTsteii. c W . 71- Huntington. N.Y. 
K.tby. 11. I.imes R.. 71. Wilson 
kintaid. Philip W.. 70: Lenoir 
Kirkman. Roger N . 71 Winstun-Salerr 
Klein. Richard A.. '68: Charlotte 



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Leonard. Charles D,. '68: Lincolnti 
Lewis. Irwin A . '69: Greensboro 
• Liles. Roberl E., "69: Rocky Mouni 
Liner. Harry. 71 Wilson 
Little. David |-. 69: Lincolnton 
Lyndon. 111. [oseph R,. 70: Durha 



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McAdams. Stephen F . 70: Durham 
Melvin. Roy M.. 70: Reidsville 
Malone. John E.. '68, Coals 
McNally. Danny D . '68: Fayetteville 

• Miller. Ronald E.. 71 Colerain 
Murray. Frederick C. '70: Reidsville 
Monroe, [r . Graham A . '71: Racford 
Moore. Elbert J . '71 Windsor 
Newcomb. Danny R . '71: Providence 
Norman. |r . Roger W . '68. Sanford 
Parker. |r,. Lynne C. '70: Kinston 
Norwood. Ir . William T . '71 Ni 
Pelteway. |r , Ernest N-. '68- Farmville 

• Pitts. Kenneth W.. 70 Glen Alpine 
Plonk, lames K.. 71 Kings Mountain 
Powell. |r,. Beniamin E . '68 Robersonvil 
Rawling |ohn R.. '70 Salisbury 
Rhyne. |r . |oseph M . '66 Lincolnton 
Richardson. Ernest C . '69: New Bern 
Ritchie. Lewis R.. '69: Concord 
Robinson. Charles W.. '70: Asheboro 

>n. William H . '68: Asheboro 
n. |ohn T. '69: Lincolnton 
Roysler. Bobby D . '68 Fallston 
Savage. Michael L. '70 Chapel Hill 
Scogeins. Henry D.. '69 Wilmington 
Sini'll, Sl.phen G . '68: Highlands 
'>lirii.ll [hviyht A.. '71: Shemlls Ford 
^iiiM'ii ki[iiM,'71 Annandale. Va. 
Sink, I.Tty I), '70: Thamasville 
Smith. Herman F,. '71 Norwood 

• Smith, Henry M , '68 Monroe 
Smith, lames F. '70 Whiteville 
Smith. Stephen W.. '69: Raleigh 
Sizemore. |r. Ray B. '68: CuUowhee 
Smothers. III. John M . '71 Dunn 
Sparger, [erry R . '68 Elizabethlon. Tenr 
Staley. Donald L. '68: Sophia 

Staton. Marshall A.. '69: Raleigh 
Sloney. |oseph A,. '70: Talladega. Ala. 

• Sluhr. David C. '69: Winston-Salem 
Sullivan. Dennis H . 71 Tarboro 
Taylor, [r . |ohn R. '70 McLeansville 
Thigpen. William M . '71 Atlanta, Ga 
Thompson. |ohn C, 71 Charlotte 
Thursby. Alan R.. '68 |acksonville 
Wanzer. Charles H,. 71: Conover 
Ward. Michael E.. '70: Robersonville 
Welker. Harry D.. '71: Reidsville 

• Wells, William E , '68 Coldsboro 
Wiley, limmy C, '71: Providence 
Winborne, iohnny H . '68 Edenton 
Younl. lames E,. '70 Burgaw 
Abernathy. George W . '69: Rocky Moun 
Allred. Charles L.. '68 Burlington 
Almond, Tony R., '68: Albermarle 

• Anderson, Brian |.. '68: Goshen. NY 
Anderson. Robert T. 71 Kinston 
Arey. |r . John V . '71 Concord 
Ballance. |r . Luther D.. 71: Rocky Mount 
Barnes. Leonard D,. '71: Kinston 
Bauguess. Bernard W.. '68 Winston-Saler 
Bean. Charles C. 71 Burlington 
Bieber. Peler S.. '69: For) Myers. Fla, 
Bradley. Beniamin p.. '71 Rocky Mount 

• Breedlove. Thomas W.. '71 Butner 
Bridges. Frederick M.. '71 Harmony 
Bnnson. Benjamin T . '70: Belhaven 
Brooks. Steven E,. '71: Slier City 
Bunco. Harold L.. '68: Stedman 
Burleson. Lynn P . '70 Albermarle 
Byrum. Iohnny L., 71 Waxhaw 
Cain. Eric H. '68: Albemarle 
Campbell, leffrey L.. '68: Union Grove 

• Canupp. Tony W,. '69: Fayetteville 
Cashwell, Narley L., '68: Fayetteville 
Gate. |r. Walter R,. '70 Reidsville 
Conger. III. loseph H.. '70 Edenton 
Cordon. |r . |amesT. '68: Raleigh 
Coslner. Elbert S. '69: Shelby 
Covington. Alex P. 71 Richmond. Va 
Creech. |ames R . '71 Smithfield 
Crouch. II. Fred P . '70- Winston-Salem 



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Daughlry. |oseph C. "69 Durham 
Davis. Ill, Daniel W.. 71 Goldsboro 
Davis, Frank E . "69: Griflon 
Davis. lames R,. '71: Engelhard 
Davis. Jr . Osbom G , 70: Beaufort 
Deal. |r. Glenn P . 71, Taylorsville 
Dednck. Stephen C„ 71 Gnflon 
Difalla, Peler I, m Southern Pines 
Dixon. Ir.. Samuel W . 71 Slatesville 
Drumwnght. Robert G . 71 Graham 



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Evans. DeLyle M.. "69. Winl 
Farb. Robert L . "68: Livingston, N-j 
Farmer, Dean B, 71 Greensboro 
Furr, lames R , 70 Albemarle 
Gainey, |r , Charles R, 68 Stpdman 
Gardner, Phillip E,, 71 Kinston 
Garmon, |r , Edward L , 71 North Wilkesbon 
Garrison, lames R. 69 Belmont 
Gewolb. Eric B . 70- Woodmere. N,Y 
Gilliam, lames K.. 71: Winston-Salem 
Godfrey, Eric B,, 69 Asheville 
Green. Thomas E,. 71 Durham 
Greer. Philip E.. 71 Raleigh 
Groome. Malcolm M , 71 Annandale, Va 
Hall, William D,, 69 Roxboro 
Hannen, Walter L, 69 Durham 
Hipp, lames M,, 71 Alexis 
Haddock, Mack E, 71 Greenville 
Hallman, 11, Vance L B„ '68 Mount Airy 
Holland, Charles W , '69 Durham 
Jackson, |r , Willaid B, 70: Tarboro 
lilcott. III, Rupert W, '70 Roxobel 
lones, Elmer W , '68 WinslonSalem 
Jones, Gordon K„ '68: Chapel Hill 
lones. Rodney C. '71 Greensboro 
Keaton, Mark H. '68 Winston-Salem 
Kellum. William S. '70 New Bern 
Kessell. Frederick C . '70 Gastonia 
Kimel. |r. Horace M. '70 Winston-Salem 
Koonce. Donald G . '68: Raeford 
Kalz. William H . '70 Durham 
League. Hugh M,, '68 Charlotte 
Liles. Lewis O. 68: Zebulon 
Little, fames F , '68: Wadesboro 
Lockman, III, Charles R, '68 Dallas 
McDowell, John P , '71 Tarboro 
Mclnnis, Daniel A, '69 Fayetteville 
Miller. |r, David W, 71 Greensboro 
Minor, lames R-. 70 Reidsville 
Minton. Phillip D , '71 Lincolnton 
Morris, Edwin L. '71 Charlotte 
Moseley, Waller P . '69: Henderson 
Nance, |ack H , '68: Winslon-Salem 
Oakley, Charles L . '68 Mebane 
Olliffe. William E , '69 Cheraw, S C 
Owens, John M , "70: Tarboro 
Paget, |r , |oe A , 71 Grifton 
Palmer. Douglas L. '69: Whileville 
Parker. Charles |.. '70 Benson 
Patterson. Ronnie H . "68: China Grove 
Perkins. John S . "70: Beaufort. S C 
PietersE. R P . "68 Aruba, Neth Antilles 
Reid, Stephen T,. '69 Smithfield 
Roberson. Stephen C '69 Reidsville 
Robertson. |r . Francis D . 68 Wilson 
Rodden, |immy L. '69 Winston-Salem 
Roe. Philip D . '71 Greensboro 
Rogers. Jr. Weaver B . ■69' Asheville 
Rose. Charles W . '70 Reidsville 
Rowe. George P . '68: Wilson 
Sanders. Lee E . '71: Rocky Mount 
Scarbrough. James E. "71: Charlotte 
Sikes. William A. 71 Albemarle 
Simmons. Steve W . '71 Mount Airy 
Smith. Alan V. '68 Kemersville 
Smith, Malcolm L., 71: Whileville 
Spillman. Ray A. '68 Winston-Salem 
Stacy. John N.. '69: Boone 
Stephens. Dwight E„ '70 Erwin 
Stephenson, |r , William C, '70: Smilhfielil 
Stewart, Robert E„ '70 Gastonia 
Slollmack, David S , 71 Great Neck. N Y 
Stone, lerry M . 71: Siler City 
Tarman. |ames W . "71 Slatesville 
Taylor. Jr . Ben|amin L. '69: Villanovj. Pa 
Taylor. Jr. William |,. "71 Warsaw 
Teague. Jr. William J,. "71 Rcidsvdle 
Temple. Herbert D.. 71 Kinston 
Tolan. Delma R . 70 Bclhaven 
Tunnell. Jr . Gilbert B . "71 Swan Quarter 
Van Hoy. Henry P . '71 Union Grove 
Vincent. Jr. Edwin A . "70: Beaufort. S C 
Walz, David H., "69: Greensboro 
Webb. Alden B.. "71: Rockingham 
West. Howard P.. '68: Fayetteville 
Whilmorc, Alan C. '71: Kinston 
Wiggins. Ill, John C, "70: Winston-Salem 
Wilson. Jr. David L,, '71 Winslon-Salem 

Wood. Jr., Thomas P,. '71: Rockingham 
Woodard. Kenneth W , '71 Conway 
Woolen. James F„ '70 Maple Hill 
Wright, Bobby D,, '68: Ashehoro 
Yarbrough, Roger E, "71 Lincolnlon 
Yates, Charles H . '68 Fayetteville 



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KING COLLEGE 



still ringing in the ears of members of King Resi- 
dence College is the loud report of The King's Can- 
non, fired at every home football game as an audi- 
ble symbol of both our Tar Heel enthusiasm and 
our own inner unity. Both these qualities are im- 
portant factors in the residence college movement 
which continues to gain momentum on campus. 
And King, a residence college in every sense of the 
word, is going great guns with the movement. The 
success of the Major Lance concert on Dook 
Week-end, first prize in the residence college divi- 
sion for our "Beat Dook" float, toilet paper- 
covered "victory trees" in King Court, and formid- 
able intramural teams all reflect the Tar Heel pride 
and vitality. A tired juke box and a social room 
which is seldom empty show that King, through in- 
dividual and group efforts, has become as a resi- 
dence college more than a group of dorms provid- 
ing a place to sleep. It has become a place to live. 




OFFICERS - FRONT: Tom SeoN, Social U. Governor; Debbie Patterson, Ass'f. 
Social Lt. Governor; John Beane, Treasurer. STANDING: Tom Brown, Speaker of 
the Senate; ten Tubbs, Governor; Fred Hamlet^ Academic Lt. Governor. 





Sam Fulk — MRC Representali 



KING COLLEGE SENATE - FRONT ROW. Richard Mayes, Elizabeth Ambley, Phyllis Hicks, Jan John- 
son, fran Upchurch, George McLean. SECOND ROW: Newberry Bass, Barry Siler, Lambert Harris, 
Doug Painter, Larry Boyer, Bill Bennett. 





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Every student likes to boast that he has lived in 
the best dorm on campus. Thouoh students all 
over campus claim this honor, only Mangumites 
can look you in the eye when they say it, knowing 
that theirs is not simply a meaningless boast. 

Never has such a large percentage of a group 
taken part in so many activities, whether it be in- 
tramurals, combo parties, beer blasts, or dorm 
meetings. We are very proud of our dorm unity. 

There are all kinds of people living in a dorm. 
There is the academically gifted student like Bill 
Bracket! and the athletically inclined like Bill 
McCarthy. Every once in a while a student who 
possesses both of these traits comes along like 
Chuck Connor. But a dorm cannot run without its 
executives, and they have worked hard to plan a 
successful social life to complement the rigorous 
academic work at Carolina. As long as U.N.C. ex- 
ists, the reputation of the MANGUM MUGS will 
never die. 



MANGUM 





OFFICERS - Paul Weinberg, Treasurer; Frank Sutton, President/ Rk Efird, Sec- SENATORS - FRONT ROW: Bourne Sayre, I si Floor; Scoff C/oninger, 4th 

relary; Ben Greene, Vice-Pres/denf. Floor; Bob Hobgood, 3rd Floor. BACK ROW. Richard SIreib, 2nd Floor; Frank 

Sutton, Senator-at-large. 




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MANLY 



Life in Manly is swiftly changing. The old guard 
has been whittled down to a handful of stalwarts. 
Freshmen and sophomores are filling the place up. 
Along with the turnover in personnel, there has 
been a changing emphasis in dorm activities. 

King Residence College has contributed much to 
the change in Manly, by providing the funds and 
the facilities for increased activity. With the help of 
K.R.C., Manly 's social life has been diversified and 
expanded. 

To mention everyone in the dorm would be im- 
possible. Each one stands out and survives in his 
own way. Taking an overall view though, all of the 
personalities and activities combine to bring about 
that distinct character of Manly dorm. 





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GRIMES 




OFFICERS — Sam Fulk, Senator; Worth Baldwin, Legislator; Guy Ben- 
nett, President; Larry Boyer, Vice-President. 

Grimes residents relaxing; the lull before the storm. 




A phone jingles persistently in a va- 
cated dorm hall. Residents sit crowded 
into a hazy, smoke-congested room and 
recall the highlights of another year. 
There were the weekend migrations to 
W. C. and the exploits of "Cheek Man." 
The beach party at O. D. has become a 
yearly holiday on the calendar. Mack- 
the-Knife was immortalized by the Bard 
of Fourth Floor. The Henderson birth- 
day party was an epoch-making event 
with a net of eight warning cards in one 
evening. The Mad Bomber kept Mackie 
and Bill busy by his sabotage raids 
while J. C, the Mad Bombed, kept his 
reputation alive. Hugh's seafood dinner 
(specialty: crab) taught everyone a valu- 
able lesson. The Bee Burner haunted the 
halls during the day and Sam and Dave 
sang the nightowl blues. The phone 
continued to ring as someone remem- 
bered the pig, rather card, parties with 
our neighbors across the arb. Many 
rooms sported intramural awards for 
the long-awaited tag football cham- 
pionship. Friedman and Beaumont con- 
tributed to the Cold War while the Mad 
Wop and his second floor cronies ter- 
rorized the upperclassmen. Finally 
there is the memory of the fellowship of 
one-hundred four Carolina Gentlemen, 
"broad"-minded men. Won't somebody 
answer that damn phone! 



Besides a place to study and sleep, a good dormitory 
should provide two things: personal and lasting friend- 
ships and occasional escapes from academic pressure. 
If a dorm does these two things it cannot help but have 
unity. The threat of becoming absorbed into a larger 
system — the residence college — and thus losing indi- 
vidual identity has been faced in different ways by dif- 
ferent dormitories. The weaker dorms, fearing this loss 
of unity, have withdrawn from the system and, ironi- 
cally, have been slowly self-eroding. Grimes has found 
in the residence college set-up a means of providing 
the necessities for unity and strengthening dorm char- 
acter. It offers goals for which the entire dorm can 
strive, and benefits which the entire dorm and its 
neighbors can enjoy. Our support of the residence col- 
lege system can be seen by looking at the participation 
Grimes has provided in King's projects and politics. 
And our explosive dorm character ("Once a Grimes 
Guzzler, always a Grimes Guzzler!") can be heard all 
across campus iluring our private beer blasts. 



RUFFIN 



RUFFIN ROUGH RIDERS. OFFICERS (Kneeling) - Danny Hughe 
Brown, President; Dave Carthorl, Secretary. 




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• Adderlon. A Gail. 71 Durhjm 
Ambler. Elizabeth C, 70 Raleigh 
Andrews, |anice A.. '70: Lenuir 
Aycock. Nancy E,, '71 Raleigh 
Barnes. Sandra L., 71 CharloUe 
Barrier. Irene E.. 69: Concord 
Baxter. Wanda K,. '71 Greensboro 

• Bodenheimer. Rebecca M.. "70: Chapel Hill 
Boon. Fenna I.. 71: Charlolte 

Bouldin. Marv C, "68: Winston-Salem 
Boyd. Nina D., '70; Fort Mill, S.C. 
Bnggs, Kalhryn L, '71: Charlolte 
Brulon, Mary L . '70- Caslonia 
Bullard. Margarel E. '71 High Pomt 
Bullinglnn, Susan E, '71 CharluHe 
Burgess. Manlvn K., 71 Laurinlmrg 

• Cain. Kathleen E.. 71. Charlotte 
Caldwell, Lucy H.. 71: Birmingham. Mich. 
Campbell, Barbara D,. 7l: Council 
Camrela, Karen A . 68: Cmcinnati. Ohio 
Carson. Virginia S., 71 Raleigh 

Clark. Melanie S , 71 Hildebran 
Cobb. Martha A, 7l: Sanford 
Cooke. Marilyn A , 71 Hunlersville 
Corey. Fens I . 71: Raleigh 

• Cowan. Anne E . '&8 Fayetteville 
Crettier, Mary A. 71 Raleigh 
Cunningham. Cassandra A.. 71: Salisbury 
Donegan, Martha F.. 71 Durham 
Draughon. Reba L . 71: Dunn 
Edmonds. Elizabeth R.. 70: High Point 
Eger. Elizabeth |.. 71: Charlolte 
Faircloth. Mary H . 68 Clinton 

Fenn. Martha, 71: Greensboro 

• Ferguson, Melinda K . 71. Lexington 
Ford. Nancy A., 71 Greensboro 
Folk, Cathy. 70 Philadelphia. Pa. 
Frye, Annelle R , 71: Galax. Va 
Fuller, Constance P., 71 Wake Forest 
Fuliz, Susan M . 70 Winston-Salem 
Furney, Margaret L., '7V Jacksonville 
Galloway. Kalhryn A. 70 Charlotte 
Gann. Pamela B., 71. Monroe 

• Garretl, [oan W.. 70: Danville. Va 
Cendel. Phyllis A.. 70; Atlanta, Ga, 
Gerow. Constance H . 70: Waxhaw 
Glogau. Charlotte L., 7l West Chester. Pa 
Greene. Sherry L. 71: Launnburg 
Greene. Teresa B.. 71: Dunn 

Hagie. Sharon C. 71 Hickory 

Hansen. Palncia W , 7l: New OHeans. La. 

Hanson, Helen L. 71: Raleigh 

• Harris, Deborah C. 70: Charlolte 
Harrison, [eanette S.. 71 Winslon-Salem 
Hooks, Amelia F.. '68. Fremont 
Horner. Anne K.. 71 Charlotte 
Huffman. R Dianne, 70: Hickory 
lames. Peggy A. 70: Winston-Salem 
lenks, Pamela E,. 71 Raleigh 
lohnson. Ian S,, 70: Lakeland, Fla 
lones. Carol A . 70: Durham 

• [orgeson. Susanne D. "70 Lake Waccamau 
Kilpalrick. Hilda B.. 71 Farmville 
Koomen. Marcia A,. 70 Raleigh 

Lang. Karen L . 7l: St Petersburg. Fla 
Lashlev. Susan C. '70: Greensboro 
Larsson. Carlene B.. 71: Fair Haven. N.I 
Lawing. Carolyn L. '71: CharloUe 
Lee. lean E.. '68: New Bern 
Leonard. Lirida K., 71: Adelphi. Md 

• Lewis. Kalhryn A-, '69: New Orleans. La, 
Linden. Cora G., 7l: Cullowhee 
Logan. lane E.. "70: Shelby 

Marable. Alice F.. 71: Nashville. Tenn, 
McClelland. Cvnthia L.. '71: Charlotte 
McGngor. lane V.. '71: Clinton 
MrKmnev, Patty A,. '70: Fayetteville 
M' Mdrl.in, Tamara E,. 71: Charlotte 
\]< H.v. f .jrniyn |., 71: Southern Pines 

• Mi]M[t [..ln.1 E.. "69: Elizabethtown 
Mill.r, Siisdn P.. 71: Lenoir 
Milchelie, Anne D.. "70: Danville, Va. 
Monroe, Doris F , 70: Robbins 
Morrison, Lavillon E. 7l Arlington, Va 
Mullins. Meredith A. "71: Severna. Md 
Murphy, Laura A . 71 Charlotte 
Nooe. Elizabeth H., '71: Fair Haven, N | 
Murray. Donna L , '70 Mebane 

• Odenwald, Susan E, 71 Greensboro 
Ogburn. Kathy | , 71 Willow Springs 
Osborne. Virginia H.. 71 Smithfield 
Owens, Patricia A, "69: North Wilkesboro 
Parker, Marsha K . '71. Greensboro 



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Pearson. Linda S,, '71 Zircunia 
Pease, Margaret K-, '71 lupiter. Fia 
Phillips, Carolyn G.. '71 Selma 
Poucher. Elizabeth W , 71. lacksoi 
Ray. Karen l. "71 Raleigh 
Raynor. Mary P , '70 Salisbury 
Reed, Pamela G . '70 Gaslonia 
Roberts, Shannon C. "69- Augusta. 
Ross. Linda G., 70: Eden 
Sdcjiazeski, |anet L.. "70: Charlotte 
Satterfield. lacqueline. '71' Durban 
Saylor. Carroll E., 71. Decatur. Ga 



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rlhd L. 71 Raleigh 
1 R.. 70 rvanhoe 



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Shaw, Litlic 

Smith, judilh A.. 70: Madison. Coi 
Smith. Patricia. 69 Black Mountai 
Speas. Cynthia L . '70: Greensboro 
Sparrow. Constance N , 68 White F 
Spencer, |ane A-. '7a Sanford. Fla, 
Slancill, Nancv P. '71: Radford. V, 



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Streib. Ljnda G . '70 Butner 
Tannenbaum. Nancy B,. 70 Greensburn 
Thompson. Belly E.. 70; Graham 
Thompson. Fredda E. '71: Lenoir 
Upchurch. Francine M.. 70: Greensboro 
Welch, lulia M . 7l, Annandale, Va, 
Whicker. Marcia L.. '70: Winston-Salem 
White. Sara I.. 70: Elon College 
Whilaker. Sigur E . '70: Indianapolis. Ind 
White, Hillary. 71: Durham 
Willis. Rayna L. '70; Butner 
Wilson, Martha D., 70: Greensboro 
Winters, Deborah H,. '71: Neponsit, NY 
Wood. Satly F. 71. Roxboro 
Wyszynski. Mary P., '69: Chapel Hill 
Yoos. Cynthia B , 7l: Charlotte 
Zibart. Rosemary, 71: Nashville. Tenn 
Aull, loseph W , 70 |onesboro. Ga 
Bain, Charles L. 69: Columbia. SO 
Baldwin. Worth B-, 69: Greensboro 
Beall, Thomas A. '69 Edgewater. Md 
Bennett. John B.. 71: Virginia Beach. Va- 
Boypr, Urry M,. '70; Virginia Beach, Va 
Braxton. Ames D, '68 Ayden 

Brodgen, Biackwell M.. '71: Durham 
Broughton. Harold S-, '69; Durham 
Brown. James E., '68. Asheboro 
Brown, |r William B.. '71; Wilson 
Bruckner. |r . Max D , 71: Fayetteville 
Cameron. Gary L , 71 Fayetteville 
Canwright, lames W,. '68; Elizabeth City 
Chalk. John D , 7l Rockingham 
Clapp, David E.. '70: Greensboro 
Cook, Ronald R , '69: Cleveland 
Cook, Samuel M., '70: Forest City 
Croonenberghs, R E,. 7l: Virginia Beach. Va. 
DeUot. Thomas L. '69; Pfafftown 
Drum. Darrell W,, 69: Belmont 
Earley. jr., James R,. '71: Forest City 
Eason. Elton R.. '69: Roanoke Rapids 
Eastman. Jr. Leslie R . '69; High Point 
Farabee. Loyd M . 71; Leaksville 
Fox. Richard F. 71 Asheville 
Fulk, Charles S , '69 Pilot Mountain 
Hamlet. C Edward. 69 Durham 
Huffine, William D. '71 Cheslerland, Ohio 
lohnson, Hugh D . 71. Forest Citv 
Kimball. Richard E . 70 WaynesVille 






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Lean. Ronald K-. '71 Fayelti 
Little. Todd W. 71; Emporia. Va 
i Makepeace. David W . '7fr. Naugatuck. Conn 
McCollum, loseph L.. 71: Randleman 
Miller. Jr.. Jerry M.. '69; Fayetteville 
Meal. Paul G. 71; Hamlet 
Oliver. Stephen P,. '70; Annandale. Va 
Parnell. Richard J . 6S Greenville 
Patterson. David L.. 71 Pilot Mountain 
Patterson. John S,. 7l New Bern 
Phillips. Urry L. 68: Thomasvillc 
Porter. Joseph E,. 69: Eden 
Ramsay. John E.. 70: Salisbury 
Reynolds, Ronald P., 71- Hamlet 
Ridenhour, Jerry E. '71: Richfi'eld 
Robertson, Walter R , 70 Virgilina, Va 
Ross, Donald M , '70 Burlington 
Sawyer William T. 71 Norfolk, Va 
Smith. Michael S,. '70' Greenville 
Spruill. Wdliam A. '71; New Bern 
Stallmgs. Jr. Julius W . '69: Tarboro 
Strickland. Jr , Armie R,, 70: Middlesex 
Swaim. Rusty L. '68: Greensboro 
TiUery. Paul A , '70: Raleigh 
Tubbs. Jr.. Ace L. '69: Westfield. N J 
White. Jr. Claude G , '68, Tarboro 
White. Richard J. 7l: Durham 
Whiteside. Ill, James W., 70 Charlotte 
Williams. James H . 71 Eden 

Zaccagnmi, Gary F,. 70: Goldsboro 
Abercrombie, Ronald F.. '68: Greenville 
.■\dams, Philip W.. '68: High Point 
Aldridge, William R., 70: Yanceyville 
Brjckett, William E.. '69: Hendersonville 
Breard. Michael F . '68; Monroe 
Brown, Thomas W . '70; Kenansville 

Clarke. Gerald S,. '69: Enlield 
Cloninger. Earl S. '70; Kings Mountain 
Coone. James C. 7l: Winston-Salem 
Cooper. Jacob N.. '70; Kings Mountain 
Oaivford, Robert A., '71: Newport. Tenn 
Creasman. Mark E.. '70; Arder 
Dagenharl. Carl T, '70 Charlotte 
Dagenhart, Robert C , 68: Belmont 
Davenporl. John V. 71 Lexington 










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• Di-nhdm, Thumas I , 70 MjM'l.i;,k 
Duncan, Ddvid A, 71 kaniidpi)lis 
Efird. Richard L . 09 BurlinKlcn 
Enevold. Dcnme Q . 70 Aihi-villi' 
Farlhing. Edwjn C 09 Crrinsliiiru 
Ferrell. Don W , 71 AngiiT 
Finlev. Edward S,. ^l. Niirlh Wilkc! 
Fisher, [ohn D., |r . 71 Shelby 
Foil. Homer C. 70: Rali'ii;h 

• Gardner. Ted w'. '68: Williamslon 
Gever. |ohn V . 7V Chalham, Va 
Color. |r,. Edwin R . 70 kinRS Mom 



Otis. William G. hii VVynnrvvood, Pa 
Palmer. Gary S . 71 Franklin 
Plonk. George W . '69 Kinss Mounlain 
Price. Michael A . 71 Anjiier 
Renfrew. |ames M . 71 Fair Bluff 
Rmehardl. William M . '6B Ramseur 
Ripperlon. Bruce S. 70 Chapel Hill 



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Roberls. David L . 70: Crcedmoor 
Rommger. Duane A-. 70: Chapel Hill 
Sayre. lune B . '69 Tryon 
Shearin. Larry H.. 71. Warrenlon 
sir|iliiris. Gary M.. 7]: Evrrxreen 
Mnl. I. Iiiseph E. 71: Edcnion 
M:. il. \ilson R,. 70: Bulner 

s n Frank M.. '69: Kinslon 

Thompson. Paul W |r. '68 Eden 
Walker. |r . Aubrey O , 71 R„,,noke R 
Waters. David R . '70 Ro.inoki- Rapids 
Webb. George L.. 71 Weldon 
Weinburg. Paul A. '69 Ashrvilli- 
Woody. Alvin D.. '70 lom 
Wright. lohn C. 70 
Wynne. Walter B . 
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^ Abernelhy III. Leroy F. '71 Hickoi 
Alford. Danny L. '70 Wendell 
Anderson. Douglas W . '69 Wilson 
.Autry. Bruce C. '71 Fayetlev ille 
Bardolph, Mark. '70 Greensboro 
Beanc. lohn C . 69: Asheboro 
Belo. Gordon L . 68: Concord 

• Buchanan. Vernon B. 70 Marion 
Brown. William E-. 70: Pittsboro 
Carter. |amcs I-. '69: Candler 
Childs. Paul I . '68: Wadcsboro 
Clapp. Douglas M . '70: Whitsell 
Collins. |oel A . '71 High Point 
Collins. Robert Daniel. '70: Thomas 
Grumpier. Elmon S. 71: CImlon 
Damiano. Andrew |,. "71: Durham 

• Davis. Edward R,. '71: Candler 
Doncan. Henry D.. "70: Candler 
Eggleston. James H . '70: Eden 
Faircloth. |ames B. '71 Clinton 
Fisher. Joseph D. '71: |acksonville 
Frye. William P. "71 Hickory 
Graham. Harry K.. '70: Lincolnton 
Hahn. L Allen. '70: Greenville 
Harrell. Gerald L.. 71 Tarboro 

• Harrell. [r. William B. '69 Tarhorr 
Harris. Lambert S.. "68: Henderson 
Hawkins. Timothy M . '70: Concoro 
Hodges. Christopher | . '70 GrimesI 
Holden. David A. '69 Supply 
Hooper. |ames E.. '70: Waynesville 
Irwin. Larry D. '71 Elkin 
Kirkman. Roberl L. '71 Elkin 
Lawrence. |r . |ohn E. '68 Raleigh 

• Leonard. Alan C,. '70: Tryon 
Lunsford. |ohn W . '69 Roxboro 
Margerison. Richard W . '70 Gasto 
Marlowe. Thomas R . 71 Asheville 
Mayberry. Eddie R . 70 X.wton 
McCall. ForresI S.. "69 Spioi.e I'mc 
Mihans. S F. "70 Wappmgers F.ilb 
Murdock. Kenneth W . 71 Orl.ioilc 



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Pnslev johnny C. 71 Ashevii 
I'litn.im II, Raleigh |. 71 Chei 
Roberts. Lulher C. "70: Greeny 
Robinson. Douglas D,. "70: Ashi 
Schaber, |ohn G., "71 Durham 
Shearon. Cecil L , "71 Wake Fii 
Slier, Barry L. '66: Waco. Te« 
Si'mpson, Phillip M , 71 Ff,ink 



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iilh, Kennelh D. 68 Summerfield 
iilh, Russell E . 70: Humersville 
iller. Ir. Hugh □ , 70' Wilkcshoro 



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• Taylor. Frpdenuk W |r . 71: Snea( 
Taylor, |r . Wallace R . 71 Charlo 
Thompson. Louis E . 71 Macun 
Todd. Sluarl K . 70: Memphis, Ter 
Toler. Sidney R . 70 Havelock 
Wall. David A . 70 Leaksville 
Webb, lean C |r,. 71 BirminRham 
Weeks. Alan F . 70 Clayton 
Wme. Richard L. 70 CharloCle 

• Woreley. |r.. William R-. 69 Tarbt 
Wright, [r. Roscoe | . '69: High Poi 
.\rchie. Michael F.. 70: Kinston 
Bircher. Richard. 68. Greenville 
Boner. Richard D. 71 Lexington 
Braswell. Joseph M . 70 Henderso 
Brown. Robert | . 71 Kinston 

• Brown. |r . Thomas C. '68: Gates 
Buir, lames S . '69: High Shoals 
Burns. Theodore W . '69: Greensbo 
Carhart. David H.. '68: Annandale. 
Coggm. Danny B.. '71: Troy 
Coggin. Gerry C . '70: Troy 
Coleman. James D. '68 Rookingha 

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lewell. II. Charles D. '71- Wilmington 

Johnson, jon. '69: Denton 

lohnson. Mark H.. '71 Wilmington 

lohnson. Robert B . 70 Dunn 

lohnson. William E . '71 Henderson 

lordan. Thomas M . 70: Murphy 

• Kay. Brian H . '71 West Harllord. Conn 
Kermon. |r. Louis T. 69 Raleigh 
Knight. Leon P.. '70. Curapeake 

Knott. |r . Lawrence H.. '68 Durham 
Koch. 111. lohn H.. 68. Newberry. S C 
Leafe. lames M.. 71. Raleigh 
Lewis. Hugh E. 70. Henderson 
MacLean. Donald B . fj9 Augusta. Gd 
Margolis. Charles F. '70 St Pauls 

• MarshalL William C . '68 Laivndale 
Martin. III. George W. '71 Newton 
Mayo. Michael W . '70: Charlotte 
Mayes. ]r. Richard T. '70: Raleigh 
McKinnish. Rock C. '69: Brevard 
Michaels, Andrew G.. '69: Lawr 
Modlin. David M, '71 Lincolnti 
Moore. Richard A . '68 Los Ala 



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Rogers. William O . '68 Williamst 
Kuss. Donald B, "70 Favetteville 



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Dorchester. Chester R.. 70: Virginia Beach. V, 
Flora. |r . Fred L., '69 La Grange 

Foster. Gary B. '71 Lexington 
Gegerson. Ralph W . 'fi9 New York. N V 
Grole. Gregory T. '70- Cranford. N| 
Hamlet. Fred T. '69 Pittsboro 
Heafner. lames H . 71 Lim.olnlon 
Hight. jr.. lames H . '71 Hendereon 

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COltEGE OFFICERS - FRONf ROW. Bob Younl, A House President; Bill 
Harris, M.R.C. Represenlalive; Charlie Jonnede, B House President. SEC- 
OND ROW: Joe Domdez, £ House Presidenf, Ernesl M. Hodges, Gover- 
nor, Peter Sheo, D House President, Gene Votes, Treosurer. 



te postime. 

This is the last year of Craige College, or 
the Maverick House as it was called. No, the 
Administration is not turning it into new of- 
fice space, but no longer will the joyous vic- 
tory gong ring loudly at every freshman 
beer blast in the woods behind the impos- 
ing structure. The whole outlook of Craige 
will necessarily change with the influx of 
graduate students who will live there next 
year. This is a new concept at Carolina. For 
the first time, we will see how an all men's 
graduate dorm can function under the Resi- 
dence College System, and it will be inter- 
esting for both faculty and students alike to 
see how the new identity of Craige emerges. 
Today's questions will turn into tomor- 
row's reality, but the outcome of it all is 
completely unpredictable. 




ay to financial security foi 



Colleges 213 





OLD EAST 



OFFICERS — Bob Thome, Vice-President,- Larry fronsou. President; Steve 
Smith, Secretory-Treosurer. 

"For only a few do/ioi 




In typically cynical and defiant stature. Old East residents started 
the new school year by voting to withdraw from the Davie College 
system. This move confirmed South Building suspicions that ingrates 
inhabit Old East. The Ingrates, as usual, failed to appreciate the show- 
er of beautiful promises bestowed upon them in the past. Who could 
ever forget those great blowouts that we have had in our plush social 
room. The situation was beautifully summed up in the lamentable cry 
of one resident's mother, upon hearing that we had no social room for 
her to wait in. "But every dorm has a social room!" Yes, well, they 
don't have a plaque! Consolation: Mr. Udall. we really appreciate what 
you have done for us. We know now. someone cares. 

In years past. Old East has had some wonderfully successful orgias- 
tic mixers with sundry girls dormitories. The excitement was most 
often spiced with such tantalizing catalysts as Pine Room chicken 
boxes. This year, the officers and residents, who couldn't stand the 
hectic pace of the mixers, decided to devote funds to a "Grill Night." 
The festivities were marked by much draft and corruption, and a bit of 
gluttony for those sitting near the kitchen. 

While Carolina's football team demonstrated sporadic success, the 
Old East "Bench [ockeys" were turning in gemlike performances by 
the hour — eleven o'clock class changes were the most successful in 
ungentlemanlike conduct. A review of game films reveals a fine crop 
of rookies. Carlton, "Scoots," and others moved in to bolster a stalwart 
group of returning lettermen, Ormsby, Steinbock, Farmer, and . . . 
WATSON! 

For what must be at least the 150th year in a row. Old East's football 
team claimed the Old Well Trophy by defeating a perenially weak but 
spirited Old West squad. This was the year of protest movements, and 
the football team found out what it was like. Old East won two games 
that had to be replayed because of protests by the losing opposition. 
We won the first, but sadly lost the second game. Fifty per cent: oh, 
well, LBJ's popularity should be so high. 

The suggestion has been raised that a Group Insurance Plan be 
made a part of Dorm funds. Hopefully this will provide residents with 
protection from Scoots, and provide protection for Scoots against 
himself. 

Old East's revolutionary Mathematics Symposium drew much criti- 
cism this year. The initial guest lecturer, (von Grabasandwich. was 
barred from speaking on a state university campus because of his con- 
troversial subject matter: "The Communistic Implications of the 
Equalization of Square Roots. " The banner to be hung advertising this 
phenomenon was not allowed to go up. Hence, failure of the Symposi- 
um, which was hoped would help support the football team. 

Merry Christmas, Rufus, and a Happy New Year to all! Before we go, 
a suggestion to the intramural department: Start sewer kayacking 
competition on the intramural level! Who knows, CBS might give cov- 
erage on Sunday afternoon, complete with stop action video tape to 
the intricate maneuvers of rowers as they attempt to dodge the . . 
hazards. 



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OFFICERS — John Oew, Secretary-Treasurer; Terry Furness, Preiident; Henry 
Oevens, Vice-President. 



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Located in the heart of the scenic campus by the Old 
Well, Old West is one of the most popular and scenic 
of Carolina dorms. Traditionally reserved for spirited 
underclassmen, this year's squad proved to be one of 
unquenchable exuberance. 

To begin an eventful year. Old West withdrew its 
membership and wasted money in Davie Residence 
College. This resulted in a much-needed redecorating 
of our beloved tube room. We all had a good laugh 
when Old East's football banner was condemned for 
its vulgarity. The annual free steak and beer carouse 
was a smashing success. Perhaps the culmination of 
Old West spirit and ingenuity for the year was the rein- 
carnation of Charlie Gowan in the pink form of the 
Counter Devil. The fans will long remember our Coun- 
ter Devil who stole the show at the Dook game with his 
shenanigans, how he wounded the Blue Devil's pride 
with a flour bomb, and how the Heels won THE 
GAME with a 20-9 upset. 

Some of the names changed but the farce was famil- 
iar as Old West men proved once again that an educa- 
tion is more than an intellectual slum clearance and 
academic P's and Q's. There were many in the group 
who contributed to the effervescent spirit of the dorm. 

The walls of the South section reverberated in- 
cessantly from the stereophonic salutes to Sergeant 
Pepper as Birch and Larry (the Python) kept things 
rocking with some help from Lytt's stereo. Frugal John 
Dew managed the funds so well that he could afford 
two TV's while devil-may-care Don opened up a casi- 
no across the hall. 

Center section looked like an experiment in interior 
decoration with its "new" tube room and shocking 
decor of room 18. This section was blessed with the 
elegance of Paul, Don and Scott and their four-poster, 
canopy beds, Wylie and his pet iguana, and Hunter 
(the mild-mannered reporter) who was lost early in the 
season with a nuptial ceremony. 

The midnight oil burned in North section as the boys 
strove to perfect their heart-playing techniques. This 
was the domain of King Curtis who served as dorm 
President, captain of the tube team, quiz file executive, 
and general consultant. 

With Curtis gone, the fate of the North Section will 
rest in the hands of characters like "Baby Face" Golds- 
ton, "Debonair" Devens and "Dow Jones" Ogburn. 

A year in a dormitory is only as fun, exciting and 
memorable as the men who live there make it. This 
year's squad was one of unprecedented exuberance. 



Colleges 215 




INTERNATIONAL 
STUDENT CENTER 



ISC. RESIDENCE COMMITTEE - 
Phil Busby, Jack Womeldorf, Roger 
Efird, Chairman; Ian O'Connel, 
Brian Buxfon. 





The U.N.C. International Student Center, be- 
sides being the fifth largest international student 
residence in the nation, is the only institution of its 
kind which was conceived by students and is fi- 
nanced and staffed by them. 

The Center attempts to acquaint foreign students 
with America and to integrate them into life at Car- 
olina. Further, it attempts to give American stu- 
dents an increased international awareness. 

What was once a residence hall has gradually 
become a common ground for a meeting of minds, 
foreign and American, in solving many of the prob- 
lems that come to hand in managing a residence 
hall and other affairs associated with the ISC. 
From this beginning, the ISC is in an attempt to in- 
volve all students on this campus in affairs where 
they can meet people from all parts of the world in 
a very unconventional way. 



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Applcford. Donald E, 'fty f-r.inklni 
Auslin, |r. Perry L, '69 T,.vl"rsv.ll 
Ball, Terry W,. '69 LeMnsl.in 
Behbor. Gerald K., '69: Mciline, 111 
Benton. Richard G.. 70: Havelock 



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Blaylock. SIcphcn L, 70; Oakridgc 
Boling, |r.. Vernon R.. '68: Randleman 
Bradley, William K.. 70; Morehead Gily 
Bright, Harry A.. 70: Elizabeth City 
Brookbank. jr., William H., 'm Kiler Gity 
Browdcr, |r.. George A. C, 'li9: Rockinsh.i 
Brown. William B-, 711: Ch.irliitte 
Burwell. David R.. '69 Borlioglon 
Carswell. Stephen R,, 7U kcrncTsville 
Carter. Billv W, 'ti9 Vadkuuillc 



le, |r . jerry H , '70 Rose 11 
, |ohn D., '68: Durham 
vtord, |ohn S., •68: Old Foi 
Tip, Roger M , 69 Winston 



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lie, Carroll B, '68 Tahor Ci 
George H.. US: Crecnsbor, 
e 111. |ohn W.. 70: Beauhii 
|,.mes M . '70- Greensboro 



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. lohn D„ "69 Durban 



Hough, Terr, in, r 1, "0 l,i 
Hov, |r , Harold R , 69 W< 
Hudson, limmy D,. '70: Cri 
Mull, Sam R. '69 Durham 



lohnson, Mirhael W 119 Cliatlian 
lohnson, Ronald R. 70: Lexington 
lohnson, |r,. Willard L. '69: Burlington 
lollv, lohn W, '69 Slatesville 
Kerr, Fred R, no High Point 
King, Willi, im I, '711 Murphv 



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kleto, Nicholas G , '69: Charlotte 
Krueger. Charles R , 69: Hii.kory 
Lancaster. Lanny R,. '68: Norfolk, Va 
Lancaster. |r . R H. '69: Mt Pleas.int, 
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Pendleton, Edward C, '70 Klizjhetl 
Perry. Roland L,, '68: Greenslmio 
Reaves. Robert B.. 70: Fayetteville 
Richards, David A,. 70: Binghamtor 
Rogers. Ralph p.. '69: Canton 
Roland. Larry B,. '70: Greensboro 
Roten, Russell W„ '71: Warrensville 
Royster. |r,, George A,. '70: Charlott 
Sanders, Clyde D,. '70: Franklin 



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|..hn T. 89 Wilmington 
■V Manun F . '69: VV.Ilian- 
Is, lames A-. 70: VVdynrsi 
5 Larrv K . 70 Charlolle 
s. |r. William M . 69: Wi 
IS. Richard C. 70: Yorkro 
I. Larry E,. 69: Kcrncrsvill 
insun.RoRcr A.. '69 Garr 
IS llarrv L. '69: Roanoke 
limmv D , 68: Bailev 
|a. k B. 68: Clemmans 



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Ufbsl.r Hi.hliv R m Burlinelon 
U'.hshr Wall.r A 68 Maxlon 
VVnl.lr.Mr D.-nnis C. 70 FaVflCrvill 
Uh.il. n lamrs C . Crad: Fairview Par 
Willi, ■ siiicn a. 70: High Poinl 
UiKsms Leiinard B. 69: Richlands 
WitKins Ronald ij , 69 Durham 
Uil.'s |,imi'sE,-69 Monh VVilkcsbor. 
Willi.inis Ir, Fred F. 69 Crr-enshoro 
Uilh.imsi.n Tommie B. 70 Wilson 
W,i,i,l Kiihrrl W , 68 Bmshamlon, N 
Win, I, ml Ti-rrv L . "70 W'ashinglon 
Ui.rl.i Kohcrt T. 69: ChallanooKa. 1 
V.il, s |r Amir E. 69 Graham 
V.lvi-rlon. ir . Ira A. 68: Wilson 
VelvL-rlon. Slephcn. 69: Fremonr 
VounI, Bobby L , "69 Fayellcville 
' Alcvandcr, |oe M . 69 Beaufort. SC 
Bansitk. Charles K.. 68 Belleville. Ill 

Br.iadlool. III. William C. 69: Wilminglon w /-> y^ 

Husbv |r Philip F. 70: Wcsllicld. N.|. I S I 

Efird. R.iKir W.. 70: Denlon l.J,\^. 

Filzpalrii.k. Richard D.. 71: lacksonville 
FosUT. William L. "70: Roanoke. Va. 



• Horn. David E. 69: Rocky MounI 
kaulm.in |ohn C. 70; New York. NY 
kiiiyht (Charles F. "68: Laurinburg 

Ml i:iirr\ Dan C. "68: Candler 
Ml Sn.in |ohn D.. "68: Greensboro 
Mui-lliT. Sleven |,. "68: BnganJinc. N-|- 
Nichols. Terry W.. "68: Lexinglnn 
(rconnell. Ian D.. "69 Douglas. Ariz. 
Packard. M A. C. "70: Easron. Suffolk. Eng 

• Rigg.m. |r . William E-. 69: Raleigh 
Warner, leffrey M.. 68: Greensboro 

lerWengel. |nhn. "71: Bogola. Columbia 
Applerieid. James M.. 69: Albens. Ga 
BeKs. Richard W.. 70 Charlotte 
Beusse. Donnie R . 69: Thomasville 
Bogenschulz. Stephen A.. "69 Raleigh 

• Boyeltc. Rodney D . "68 Raleigh 
Braxton, l^wrence S.. "68: Asheville 
Briggs. Larrv N . '69 Leasburg 
Caltagirone.' Sam A.. 70; Tampa. Fla 
Carlton. |r. Alfred P.. "69: Greensboro 
Collieid. III. (Irus R . "68: Rutherfordton 
Cnssman. Clinton C, 69 High Point 
Davis. Harry M. 70 Stalesville 
D.nby. Richard E,. 69 Garden City, NY 

• nn.in. Ir , Dewey W . BS: Silver City 
Farmer. George L. 68 Washington 
(.amiiill hmmv D 69 |etlerson 

1 "' M>"' V h.| Newport 

(.nil, V liMii,!.! I i.B Beaufort. SC 
I. null] Unh, II I. .,') Newport 
II. Ill 111 I liihfi I 1.4 Morehead City 
Hill Mi.-hafI W 68 Washington 
llodgin. Ion D. 68 Miami. Fla 

• llu.ks |r. David A. 68 Myrtle Beach, si 



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[..1,1..... si.ii.;,y I, 1,9 Sparta 
|i,\nir. Cannie K . 70 Rocky MiiunI 
kolsrud. Daniel P. '70; Frederick. Md 
Limer. David C. 70: Tarboro 

• Uive Douglas L . "70 Oakboro 
bnv Riihard C. 69; Houston. Tex 
Mayo. David H . 68: Raleigh 
MacCregor. Malcolm B-. "68: Winler Park 
McDonald. |r. |ohn O.. 70 (iastonia 
McKay, leffrey L. 70; Charlotte 

Ml Uughlin. |ohn F. '70: Southern Pine! 
M,-rnit. i;erald ].. 70 Fayetteville 
Murphy. Thomas H . "69: Bunn 

• Nicholson. Ivan W . "68 Bath 
(Irmsby. Crady C. "69 Hamlet 
Otey. IV. Kirkwood. '70; Charlolle 
Ow,-ns. Michael R.. "69 Columbia. S C. 
Pell. Ronald C. "68; Thomasville 
Phillips. Kenneth G .' "69: Silver City 



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Ruff. |r, Thomas C, -70: Charlollc 
Scoll, Charles E. '68 Tuscaloosa. Ala. 
Shaw, David A.. '69 Broadway 

Smilh, Earl I . 69: Yanceyvillo' 
Smilh. Edwin D,, m High Point 
Smilh. Stephen D,. m. Nashville 
Starling. Kenneth G.. 69 High Point 
Steinbock. |r.. Delmar D. M: Hamlet 

• Taylor. William W . 69: Bear Crass 
Teeter. Donald R , "70: Albemarle 
Thorne. Robert E. 66: Goldsboro 
Transov. Larry L.. "69: Elkin 
Watson, Thomas L,. '68: Woodlcaf 
Welborn. William M., "69: Winston-Salem 
Whilaker, Russell S,. "70: Atlanta, Ca, 
White, David C, "70: Pittsburu 
Williams, Sluart T. "69 Raleigh 

• Wilson. Thomas E.. "66 Binghamlon, N.Y. 
Young. Michael S , '68: Gasloma 
Zayloun, Albert [., "68 Raleigh 

Acee, |r,. |, Marshall. "68 Asheville 
Batuyios. Harry | , "68 Wilmington 
Bradner. |r,. William H , "70: High Point 
Bridgers, Samuel L, "70 High Point 

• Bristol. Coward R . "69 Morganton 
Caire. Michael |.. "69 .\cw Orleans. La 
Comer. Charles C. "68: Concord 
Cooke. Richard T. "69. Williamston 
Cottingham. Warren | , "68 Rocky MounI 
Cox. lelfrey D . "70: Ramseur 

Daniel. III. Clifton. 69 Goldsboro 
Davidson. Ill, Bertram L. "68: Lancaster. F 
Denton. III. Samuel A-. "69: Wheeling, 111 

• Devens, 111, Henry F-, "70 Sewickley. Pa 
Dew. |r . |ohn L. "68: Rocky Mount 
Ezzell. Mack N, "70: Burgaw 

Fox. Donald M . "68 Wilmington 
Furness. Terence N . "69 Enko 
Gallop. Roger G . "69: |acksonville. Fla 
Gardner, Lytt I , "69 .Syracuse. N Y 
Garner. Larry N,. "70: Trinity 
George. Hunter T , "68 Greensboro 

• George, Sluart M.. "70: Greensboro 
Glass, |ohn G . "69: Connelly Springs 
Coldston, |r , Earl W , "70: Goldston 
Gowen. Charles T . "68: Panama. Canal Zt 
Gurganus. Thomas E.. "69: lacksonville 
Hadden. II. Earl F . "68: Charlotte 
Hardee, lames C . "70 Clayton 

lay, Donald L,. "68: Greensboro 

lohnston. |r, Geoi^e B . "69: Blacksburg. V 

• Knollman. |r . Paul E. "69: Kcnsinglon. Mi 
Lynch. Larry O., "69: Enfield 

Madures. John W . "68 Durham 
Manning. Samuel [, "69 Williamslon 
McBride, [r. Carl E. "69: Goldsboro 
Miller. Edward H . "69 Moorcsville 
Mitchell. Edgar K. "66 Roxboro 
Monlgomery. Ir , Harry H , "70 Raleigh 
Odom, Marshall H , "69 Fayetteville 

• Ogburn, fames H , "68: Smilhfield 
Page. |r-. Winston L. "70: Raleigh 
Patton. |r . Carroll C, "68 Morganton 
Pharr. 111. Scott Y . "68: Plymouth 
Rash. Marc S . "70: Wynnewood. Pa 
Sander. |ohn L. "68: Charlolte 
Seymour. 111. Hubert E,. "69 Greensboro 
Sides. Richard L . "68: Winslon-Salem 
Smith. Mark L, "70: Clinton 

• Soulherland. Thomas P.. "70: Raleigh 
Strickland. Matthew T. "68: Nashville 
Taylor. Ronald E,. "70 Monroe 
Tipton. Laurence W . "69 Elon College 
Toy. Bruce L.. "68 Wayncsville 
Trest. Roy D . "70 Shallotte 
Walker. David L, "68: Mocksvillc 
Wall. Timothy D.. "69: Wake Forest 
Welkel. Timothy | . "70 Greensboro 



• Weslbrook. Donald L. "70: Smithlield 
Wilcox. Slalen L.. "69: Charlolte 
Woods. Gerald W,, "68: Pittsboro 
Wright. Ill, William M,. "68 Washingloi 
Wyhe. Ir.. fames C. "69 Greensboro 



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AndrL'ws. Barbara S.. '69: Durham 
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[r, Slank-v B., '68: Atlanta, Ga 
|r. GcorseT,. '68 Mornsvdle. I 

l-..,ln, Afiola. '68: Nairobi, Kenya 

W Vprntir.. '69: Oxford 
Ian W. '68: Erwin 
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Baddouf, Lynda B, '70: Chapel Hill 
BadgtT. Melba E., '69: Grumpier 
Ballou, |r. Charles H , '69: Beaulorl 
Bame. George D , '66 East Spinier 
Barbidy, Charles G , '69 Wilson 
Barber. Harold M.. '69 Durham 
Barefoot, Stephen C '69: Four Oaks 
Barkct. Kalherine W , '68: Kansas City. Kan: 
Barkley, Barbara L, '68 Raleigh 
Barnes, Thomas W . 70 Raleigh 
Barnes, William R . 68 Fairmont 
Barnell, |udy K , '68, Durham 
Bass, |r , Newberry, '70: Clinton 
Batmasian, jim H,, '69 Coral Gables. Fla. 
Balten, Reba G , '69 Thomasville 
Bdlten, Wayne R. '69: Thomasville 



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Baxley. Douglas W . 
Beal. Archibald Y.. i 
Beaver, feflrey W , I 
Beck. Gurney D , '68 
Beclon. |ohn W . '69 
Belgrade, Paul S . '6f 



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Benner. Charles M.. '69: Culver, Ind 
Bensley. Peter L,. '69: Skaneateles, N.Y. 
Benson, Linwood E , '70: Clayton 
Benton, Barrett G., '68: Savannah. Ga. 
Benton, lames R. '68: Greensboro 
Beshears. Ronald R . '68: Wilkesboro 
Biggerstaff. Bobby G , '68; Marion 
Biggerslaff, Charles R.. '69; Kannapolis 
Blackburn. Teresa A,. '71- Chapel Hill 
Blackman. William C. '68: Greensboro 
Blackmcr, Sidney I C, '69: Salisbury 
Blackwell. E Frances, 68; lefterson. S.C 
Blair. |r. Edward H . '68: Lenoir 



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"68; Newport News, Va 
Blalock, III, Alvin C, '68: Warrenton 
Blandlord, William E,. '69- Lynchburg, Va 
Blaustein, Henry R , '68 Wilminglon 
Bodman, Carlyle B . '71 Chapel Hill 
Booth. Bienda L. '89: Chapel Hill 
Bouic. Ir . William V . '70; RockviUe. Md 
Boutilhcr, Sister Angela. '68: Durham 
Bowling, Thomas B , '68; Durham 
Bowman, William H , '68 Chaltanooga. Tenn. 
Bramlett. lames E,. 68 Asheville 
Brannock, William C, '70; Belhesda, Md, 
Briggs, Elaine S , '69 Chapel Hill 
Brock, Richard L, '68 Montpelier. VI 
Brogden, Harry L , '68: Garner 
Brookshire, |r.' Donald. '68: Asheville 
Brown. |r . Alvin M-. '68: Winston-Salem 
Brown, Donald F. '68: Gastonia 
Brown, |r , Henry S.. '70 Coldsboro 
Bruton, |r., David A . '70: Mount Gilead 
Bryant, He.sler R,. 69 Durham 
Buckner. |ansen W,. '69: Chapel Hill 
Buckner. Norman B,. '69: Asheville 
Bollard. Roger H,, '68: Fayetteville 
Bunh. Marv E- E, '76 Chapel Hill 
Burchetl, Bruce M . 68 Durham 
Butler, Ir , Raymond C . '66: Wilson 
Byers, Ronnie N. '69 Shelby 
Caldwell. Charles H, ll« I-Jru m 
Cannady, David D , 1.9 I Kloid 



Civils, |ohn D , 'e 
Clark, liihn H . 6 
Clark, loseph T, 
Clark, Terry F. I 



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•Collins, Curtis |. 66. Raleigh 
Colem.m. Elizabeth P., '70; Ki 
Cook, Mark E . 70: Albemarli 
Couk. Terry L . "68; Statesvill. 
Cook. William A, "68; Badin 
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Craig, Kpnnelh T , 69 Lenuir 
Cranford. Charles H . "68; Thomasville 

•Creech. Waller M, D.. 71. Chapel Hill 
Cntcher. Elizabeth C. "68: Moravian Falls 
Cfosswell. Michael ).. ee: Norfolk. Va 
Crumley Robert W.. "68; Chapel Hill 
Grumpier, lennie F. 66: Greenville 
Cummins. Richard O., "68: Morehead City 
Daetwyler. David A.. "68. Winsron-Salem 
Daniel. Robert M.. "68 Spring Hope 
Daniel. HI. Samuel V,, "ee: Durham 

•Daniel. William L.. "68: Durham 

Davis. Carolyn N-, "69; Soulhern Pines 



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Davis. Kenneth R , "70; Durham 
Day, II. William E. 69 |acksonville 
Dearrh, Gregg M.. '69: Bloomfield HiHs, Mich 
DeBardelaben. E Marjene. '68; Atlanta, Ga 
Deese, Roger M,. 68: Caroleen 
Denny, Donald I . '68; Asheville 
•Deshaies. Louise E.. '71: Chapel Hill 
Dickens, [acob L, '68 Halifax 
Dill, jr , Green R., "68, New Bern 
Dixon, lames H , 68; Charleslown. Pa 
Doggett, Larry C, '68: Henrietla 
Doggett, Lew B., '68: Cherryville 
Donnell, jr., George S.. '68: Wilmington 
Doughton, Richard L, '68; Sparta 
Douglas. Margaret E,. '69: Chapel Hill 
Doss, Ann B,. "69: Winslon-Salem 

• Drogos. Mary C. '69: Chapel Hill 
Drum, Darrell C. "68: Newton 
Drum, Terry G,. "69: Gaslonia 
Duke, Barbara A.. '69: Durham 
Dunn, Philip A . '68; Elkins Park. Pa 
Durham. Kennelh R-. "68; Raleigh 
Earley, George M . '69: Caroleen 
Earp, Charles W.. '68: Charlotte 

•Eason. Donald M.. "68; |acksonville 
Edgerlon, David E.. '68; Chapel Hill 
Edmister. Gregory C. '69: Chapel Hill 
Edwards. Charles R. '68; Indianapolis. Ind 
Edwards. Hyatt M.. 70: Chapel Hill 
Edwards, [ames U,. '69: Manchester. N.H. 
Edwards. Ryland A , "69 Rocky Mount 
Egeler. Jr. Clark R,. 68: The Hauge. Nether 
EhrmantMut. Mary C. 68: Greensboro 

•Ellinglon, Randy T., '68; Chapel Hill 
Elliolt. Ir. Harvey C, "70; Washington 
Ellis. |r, Benjamin F.. '71: Durham 
Ellis. Francie M . "70; Chapel Hill 
Evans. Lona B, '68; Rocky Mount 
Eve, Raymond A„ '68: Asheville 
Eweil. Sam E.. '68: Enfield 
Faison. Ir. Ollie W . "69; Knighldale 
FatTis, |r . Robert A , '68. Wilson 

• Farris. Thomas I , "70 Wilson 
Fater. David H., '68 Asheville 
Faulkner, Betty |,, '68: Hillsborough 
Faulkner, Sanford W., "68: Shelby 
Fearringlun. lanet R,, '69: Apex 
Fender, |ackie G.. "70 Mocksviile 
Fergusson, Ian C, 69 Waynesville 
Ferrell. |erry L. "69 Durham 

Ferrelli. Thomas A.. "69; Waterbury. Conn 

• Fields, John W., '68; Durham 
Finch. Margaret P.. '68: Henderson 
Findlay, Wilham A., "68; Charlotte 
Finlay. |oseph B.. '69; Wilminglon, Del, 
Fleishman, Edward |,. "69 Lumberlon 
Flora. |ohn J,. "70; Moyock 

Floyd. Ronald W,. eB; Spencer 
Folks, Lloyd C "68: Kinslon 
Fortenberry, |ohn D . 68; Charlotte 

• Foster. Sue B.. "68: Durham 

Fowler. Jon T. '69; Malibu Beach, Calif 
Frank. Richard L.. '68; Baltimore. Md. 
Free. Noel K.. '68: Alexandria. Va 
Freedland, Robert D,, '71: Wilmington 
French, Arthur M . "68: Sarasota, Fla 
Fruitt, lamp B., "68; Greensboro 
Fruilt. lerry B.. 68: Greensboro 
Fundcrburk, Dan R,, '69; Raleigh 

• Furr. Anthony L, '68; Albemarle 
Furr. Robert C, 68; Charlotte 
Gaddy. Stanley B.. '69 Candor 
Gaines, Edmund L, '68; Statesville 
Galloway, Kennelh R , "68 Waynesville 
Gammon, George R , 68 Whilakers 
Gardner, |ohn H,, 68 Fayrlteville 
Gamer. Richard H,. 68; Atlanta, Ga 
Garner. Richard L , "68: Asheville 

• Garrison. lames 0.. '68: Statesville 
Garvin. David C. '69: Greensboro 
Gales, loseph C. '68: Chapel Hill 
Gatewood, Charles W,, "eS; Asheville 
Gallin, Donnda |.. "68: Franklinville 
Gatlis. Irent F.. "69: Bynum 
Caynur. Curey W [r.. '69: Fountain 
Gentry. Donald R,. 'H8; Winslon-Salem 
Gentry. Vitkie F,. '69 Winslon-Salem 





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Gilbert. Bennell S . '69 Atlanta, Ca. 
Gillillan. |r.. Carllun A.. 66: Gary 
Gilliam. Lawrence S.. 68: Kannapolis 
Ginger. William R.. 69: Ralcish 
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'68: Alenandna. V 
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Gonzalez, Daniel, 'i 
Gooch. Dianne T,, 
I Goodwin. Ir,. Herb 

Graham. Joseph M 
Graham. Roger E,, 68: New Paltz, NY 
Graham, Thomas G,, '68 Durham 
Grant, Susan G,, '69: Durham 
Grantham, Rose L., '69: Saratoga 
Gray, lames R-, '68 Wilkesboro 
Gray. Michael H., 68: Delano. Calif 

I Grayson, |r , Everette M . '69 High Point 
Greathouse. Samuel T, '69: Rocky Mount 
Greenberg, Marc M . '68: Phillipsburg, N |. 
Creenbers, Nancy R , '68: West Chester. Pa. 
Greene, Kelly E., '69: Bucoe 
Greenwood, Robert B, '70: Gary 
Griffin, Randolph |, '68 Chartotte 
Gnffin, Robert O.. '69: New Bern 
Goodwin. Larry D., '69 Charlotte 

I Green, |esse F,, '69: Thomasville 
Guin. |r,, lames P , '68: Mount Holly 
Gurkin. Harry W 



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Hack. Ir . Eugene R . '69 Weston. Conn. 
Hale. Louise E,. '70: Chapel Hill 
Hall, |r, Richard A , '69: Statesville 
Hamilton, D. Polack. '69: Milwaukee, Wis, 
Hamlet, William F . '68: Durham 
Hamrick. Donald T , '68 Winslon-Salem 
Hanaway. Thomas W., '69 Babylon. N,Y, 
Hannah. Robert K. "69 Chapel Hill 
Hannesson. Hjalmar W., '69: Reykjavik, Iceland 
Hardison, Ashley G-, '68: Columbia 
Harrington. |r., Craig W,, '68: Durham 
Harrington, Judith C . "69: Lewiston 
Harris, Carl W.. '66: Seaboard 



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Harris, [ohn G.. "69: Su 
Harris, Kaye W.. '69 Roxboro 
Harriss. |ane T , '69: Staunton. Va 
Hart. Gerald B,. '68: Gumberry 
Hart, Stephen E . "68: Lenoir 
Harvel. Rose L.. '68- Chapel Hill 
Harward, Lannv S , "71: Chapel Hi 
Haskell. Karen '|.. '68: Chapel Hill 
Haskell. Ralf F,. "68: Chapel Hill 
Haswell, |oel W-, "68: Durham 
Havnes. [immie A . "69 Elkin 
Heckler. Louis R . '69 Ft, Mvers. f 
Hedgepeth, William H . '69 Nashv 
Henderson, [ohn D.. '69: Williamst 
Henley, |ohn T, |r,, '69: Hope Mill 
Herring, Robert R-, "68 Goldsboro 
Hester, Ralph E . "68: Lillington 



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Hilliard. Henry H., [r.. "69: Kings Moiir 
Hines. Eugene C, |r . '70 Chapel Hill 
Hobbs. Sanford L, '69 Durham 



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Holcombe, Billie G 
Holcombe, |erry T , 
Holden. Hollis W , 
Holder, Uwis T |r 
Holland. David G.. 
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"68 Durham 
I N,. "68: Durban 
Holloway. Dellon R-, '70 Durham 
Hnlloway, Linda G, "69 Chapel Hill 
Holsapple, Mernlt C., '68 Winston-Salem 
Holt, Kenneth D.. '70: Siler City 
Hooks. Floyd A. '68: |acksonvillc 
Horner, Randolph N , "69 New Bern 
Howard. Franklin A . '70 Wilmington 
Howell, David E,. '71 Morrisville 
Hughes. Bruce B.. '68 Greenville, SC 
Humphreys, William P, '68: Shelby 
Hunt. Allan W . '68 Uwndale 
Huttun. George T.. '68 Greensboro 
Hutton. Donna N.. '68: Greensboro 



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|ohn W,, '69: Whitsett 
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i :. .Irfic T. "68 New York. N 
IJtnnda C. "68, Winston-Sak 
isKi, loan E., '68 High Pomt 
. Terry L , '68: Dallas 
!, jr.. Thomas S.. '68: Gal, 
n, B Cherule. '70 Chapel Hill 
ion, Anders D, 68 Chapel Hi 
1, Richard W , 68 Fo< Chape 



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lohnslon. Douglas A . '68 Rio Piedras. P R 

Jones, Norwood S , 69: Clayton 

Jones. Richard M , '68: Mebane 

Jones, Richard T. 66 Salisbury 

Jones. Roy L, ■70- Weldon 

joslin. Lloyd L. '69: Raleigh 

Joyner. Reid L. '69; Charlotte 

• [urash. Stephen R., 68: Elizabeth City 
Kage, Barbara A,. 68 Chapel Hill 
Kaucher, Margarete S., "68: Burlington 
Kearney, Edwin G„ 69 Durham 
Kearney, lames I., 68 Greensboro 
Kelly, lames F |r , "68 Rockville, Md. 
Kennedy, David M. "68; Greensboro 
Kennedy, |erry B . '69 Robbins 
Kennedy, Shirley W,. '68. Shelby 

• Kenney. Elizabeth M., "68: Chapel Hill 
Kerr, Edwin W, Jr. "69: Clinton 
Kessaris, James C. 69 Charlotte 
Kessaris, Margaret J., *69: Mars Hill 
Kilcollin. Mark C. '69: Charleston. W V^ 
Kindley. Paul L, '69: High Point 

King, Bruce F III. 69: Raleigh 
King, Margaret F . ■68* Raleigh 
King. Paul P. "68: Rocky Mount 

• Kinlaw, Alton E , 68: Chapel Hill 
Knapp. Linda L. '68: Richmond, Va 
Koon. Michael M . 69: Chapel Hill 
Koontz, Charlie A., '68: Mocksville 
Kropelnicki, Steven Ir., '68: Lake Toxaway 
Kyser, Kimberly A.. '68; Chapel Hill 
Lackey, Lawrence E Jr , '68: Shelby 
Umb, Stephen B II. "69: Oyster Bay, NY 
Lang, A Martm Jr , '69: Morganton 

• Laylon. Buxton L, 111, '69: New Orleans. La 
Lay, Curtis H , '69: Lancaster. Pa- 
Lee, Richard C, '69: 'Winston-Salem 

Lee. William T. '68. Fayetteville 
Leigh. Robert D , "69 Chapel Hill 



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Leonard, Charles 

# Leonard, Melody 
Leonard, Richard A., "69: High Pomt 
Leonard, Royster A,. '71: Durham 
Lester, Michael L,. '69: San Antonio, Te 
Levi, David S, '68: Asheville 

Lewis, Charles C. "68: Stalesville 
Liles, Robert M,, '69 Raleigh 
Lineberry. Richard B., "68 Asheville 
Lipscomb. Ill, Thomas W,. "68 Ashevill 

# Little, Robert M . '68 Hickory 
Livingston. Thomas F. Jr. '68: Rowtanc 
Loeber, Donald H,. '68 Greensboro 
Loew. Anton, '69; Tel-Aviv, Israel 
Long, juanita L. '68: Durham 

Love. Joseph T,, '70 Etowah 
Lovett, Connie B.. '68: New Bern 
Lowder. Bobby G,, 69: Albemarle 
Lowder, Roger T , '70: Albemarle 

# Lowman, Danny H , "69 Valdese 
Lowman, Samuel E Jr. "68 Charlotte 



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Lung, James W., 68: Dayton, Ohio 
Lynch. Linda C , 68 Dunn 
Lyons. Stephen P. '68 Newburyport, Mass 
Macy. Floyd F |r . '69: Winslon-Salem 
Malpass, Hanson R. "69; Mt. Olive 
Mann. David G , '69: Sanford 

• Mann, Richard A.. "68; Richmond, Va 
Manship. Mark A. '69: Wilkesboro 
Markatos, Jerry L.. '68; Wilmington 
Martin. Jasper T,, "68: Madison 
Markham, Reid B.. "71; Apex 
Martin. David A., "69: Greensboro 
Marsh, Edward M, jr.. '69: Winston-Salem 
Massey, William P., "68; Durham 
Matalene, Eugene M. jr., '69: New York, N 

• May, Kenneth N Jr, '69 Burlington 
Mayo, George E. III. '71: Fremont 
McAllister, William C, "70; Chapel Hill 
McBrayer, Stephen B., '68, Rutherfordton 
McCain, Grover C, '68; Raleigh 
McCall, Alfred C. Jr., "68; Greensboro 
McCormick, John G.. '70: Greensboro 
McCoy. James R,. '68; Huntsville. Ala, 
McDaniel, Donald E [r, "69: Greensboro 

• McDonald. Nancy M., '68: Asheboro 
McDonald. Paul W,. '68: Fayetteville 
McFall, Connie W,, '69; Madison 
McGaw, Robert E. Jr., 69: Windsor 
McGee, Michael H . '68: Concord 
McGowan, Ann j,, "69: Chapel Hill 
McKeown, Douglas O. Jr.. "68: Newton 
MCKeown. Ellen W,, "68; Conover 
McLeod. Pri.scilla ],, '68: Chapel Hill 

• McMullan. Harry III, '68; Washington 
MrNnmrs, Dnnnis W , '69: Winston-Salem 
M. N^'-!! flrn^-c B [r, '68. Far Hills. NJ 
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M»;i;ks. Rohcrl M.. *68; Fayetteville 
Menefee. James E,. "69: Wilson 




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Stephen M,, '68: Rocky Mount 


Mewb 


orn. Judith A.. '68 Walatonburg 


Miller 


Deborah E , 69 Durham 


Miller 


lack D,. '68 lefferson 


Miller 


jo E.. '68 Roanoke Rapids 


Miller 


Kenneth L Ir., '68 Charlotte 


Miller 


Robert A, '69: Ahoskie 


Mill* 


an, fames B, Ir.*. '68: Greensboro 


Milne 


, Clyde A. II. '70: Chapel Hill 


#Mims 


Billy B. [r,. '68 Greensboro 


Minch 


ew, Edward L , '69 Wilson 


Minio 


n. loseph C. '70: Aulander 


Milch 


ell. Garland T. '69: Durham 


Milch 


ell. William D.. '70: High Point 


Mize. 


lames W . '68 Durham 


Moble 


y. Simon D,. '69: Durham 


Mock 


er. Cynthia A-. '68: Myrtle Beach. S,C. 


Modh 


n. Carol A,. '68: Raetord 


• Modh 


n. Larry R,. '69: Lewiston 


Moth 


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Monr 


. leremy T. 'eS: Coopersburg. Pa. 


Moore 


Brenda A.. '71: Chapel Hill 


Moore 


Robert H. '68: Smithfield 


Moore 


William 1 . '68 Canton 


Moore 


William W |r. '68 Washington 


Moorhead. Mary A.. 68 Durham 


Mnori 


ng. Robert F,. '68 La Grange 


• Miirthead. |ohn M IV. 68 Chaclolte 


Mnrgd 


n. Beverly A . '69: Carrboro 


Murga 


n. Peggy A . 69: Chapel Hill 


Morga 


n. Robert K |r.. 68 Asheville 


Morn 


on. Lucy. '71 Chapel Hill 


Morro 


w. Thomas A . '68 Washington 


Mosle 


y. Dorothy. '68 Ahoskie 


Mull, 


Mary |. '68: Winslon-Salem 


Mulle 


. ludy W. '68 Zebu Ion 


• Mullin 


ax. Theron E Jr . '69 Hendersonville 


Mullis 


Ronald S.. '71 Lenoir 


Murdock. Thomas L , 68 Pensacola, Fla 


Murra 


y. Charles F |r . '68 Wagram 


Murra 


y. Phihp 1 . '68 Durham 


Musse 


white. Nancy A . '68: Carolina Beach 


Myers 


Charlotte R,. '68: Canton 


Neal, 


William A . 69: Sanford 


Neal. 


William R,, '68: Greensboro 


# Nevvlo 


n, Hilda G,. "68: Gastonia 


Newlo 


n. Susanne S,. "69: Vienna. Va. 


Nicho 


s. Margaret S . '69: Andover. Mass 


Nicho 


s. Richard L. '68 Andover. Mass 


Nicho 


son. Paul E . '69 Charlotte 


Nicke 


. Frank T.. '69. Greensboro 


Nino, 


Patricia H . '68: Madison, Wis, 


Nixon 


Willard B, 69 Gates 


Noel, 


Hariella S,, 68 Henderson 


• Norlh 


ngton. Robert S |r . '68 Winston-Salem 


Oakle 


. William M. '68 Durham 


OBria 


nt. Samuel E 111. '68 Nags Head 


Oehm 


nn. loseph H . 69 Ft Lauderdale. Fla. 


Oflill, 


David M . '68 Danbury. Conn 


Oldha 


m. Chapin P. '69 Pittsboro 


Oulla 


V. Betty W . 69 Raleigh 


Oulla 


V. lohnT |r. 69: Raleigh 


Overc 


sh. Robert F. 70 Albemarle 


• Page, 


ulia. '71 Carrboro 


Paliov 


ras. Pauline N.. 71 Chapel Hill 


Palme 


. Hollis V [r-. 68 Greensboro 


Pamp 


n. Robert B . '68 Reidsville 


Pardu 


. David E . 68 Burlington 


Parke 


Francis M. '68 Asheville 


Parke 


Lanny C . '69 Pinebliiff 


Patrick, Graham A , "69: Greensboro 


IVddy 


cord, lune R. '68 Kernersville 


• Pfma 


n. Douglas L. 69 Lenoir 


I'lTdu 


. Sammy N . '68: Louisburg 


Perez. 


Verdia. R E . '68 Mexico City. Mexico 


Perry, 


Stanley K . '68. Chapel Hill 


Peters 


□ n. Victor S . '68 Bryson City 


Petty. 


Vlary F. '69 Greensboro 


Phelp 


Nicky B,. '68 Williamston 


Phillip 


s. John E . '68 Kenansville 


Phillip 


8. Roy D., '69: Roanoke Rapids 


• Picket 


. Harry W.. '70 Durham 


Pike, Joseph W 111. m Concord 


Pipkin 


Marvin E . '69: Durham 


Pitlma 


n. Marshall D. '68 Rocky Mount 


Poe. William D . '69: Apex 


Porter 


lames M,. '68 Gastonia 


Porter 


Joel S-. '66: Chapel Hill 


Price, 


Barbara J.. '69: Wallace 


Query 


Thomas I . "68: Lenoir 


# Rains, 


Richard H.. '70: Kenly 


Ramb 


. ludith C . '68: Durham 


Randa 


1. Sandra S . "68: Lucama 


Ranki 


. Haywood F. '68 Gastonia 


Ray, 1- 


elen M . '68 Smithfield 


Rav. Phillip E , 70: Durham 


Reid, Kennelh M . 68 Chapel Hill 


Reid, 


Nicholas E. '69 Waterville. Me 


Reigha 


rd. Patton B.. '70: Lenoir 


• Renn. 


Michael T. '69 Siler City 


Rhoads. Russel H . '68: Charlottesville. Va 


Rhode 


s. Susan S.. "69: Fayetleville 


Rhyne 


Marie-Beatrice. "70: Chapel Hill 


Rice, Douglas A., '68: Kinslon 


Rice, 1 


eanne W . '68 Charlottesville. Va 


Rice, I 


Sidney |r. '68- Hickory 


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org. Alison T . '69 Greensbor.o 


Riclm 


an, Robert R . "68 Raleigh 




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• Rickman, Sandra T , 68 Rale.gh 
Rider. Richard J , 68: Raleigh 
Robi-rls. Derek A- II. 69: Creedmoor 
Robertson. WiUiam D . '69 Hickory 
Robinson, lerry W-. '69 Winston-Salem 
Robinson. Ronald P . '68 Gaslonia 
Rogheiia. Lloyd B. '69 Durham 
Roslan. lanice H.. '68 Valdese 
Roughton. WiMiam P. 68 Winslon-Salem 

• Rouse, lerry R . '68 Kinslon 
Rowe. Belly M,. 'm. Fuquay-Vanna 
Rowe. lames G . ■68: Asheville 
Rowe. Joseph M |r.. SB High Poinl 
Roycroft. |r . loseph H . '68: Durham 
Rush. ] Roberry. '69: Rye. NY 
Ryon. Dan C. 71 Chapel Hill 
Saleeby. Cynlhia R.. '68: Durham 
Sailer. Alonza B . 69 Davis 

• Sandlin. Billy G-. 71: Richlands 
Sarrall. lohn L,. '69: Allanla. Ga 
Satterwhile. Ronald W . '68: Henderson 
Sawyer. Larry [ . *7Q: Haw River 
Schaller. Nan C. '69: Antwerp. NY 
Schmidt. Fredrick N . '68 Sea Girl. N | 
Schuett. Scott C. '69: Charlotte 

Scott. Sharon S . '68 Chapel Hill 
Scroggs. jan H.. '69: Chapel Hill 

• Scroggs. Ross E . 71: Chapel Hill 
Senter. Lloyd A,. '71 Chapel Hill 
Sharer. Douglas M,. '69: Rocky Mount 
Shaw. John W . '69: Raleigh 

Shear. Moms. '68 Woodland 
Shearin. Hugh G |r . 70: Rocky Mount 
Sherman. Susan S . '68 Staten Island. NY 
Slier. If. Arch K. 69 Greensboro 
Simpson, loel S. '68: Union. N |- 

• Sink. Freddie K . 69 Thomasville 
Sink. |r. Henry H, '69 Raleigh 
Skinner. Phillip S . 68 Durham 
Sloop. Frank B |r . '69 Ashevelle 
Smith. Belvin G . 68: Yanceyville 
Smith. Donald B . '68: Pittsboro 
Smith. |r . Edward N . '68: Louisburg 
Smith. |r . George R . '69: Charlotte 
Smith. Henry L. '70- Fountain 

• Smith. Jonathan L . '69: Durham 
Smith, Lester M . '70: Oxford 
Smith, Mark S. '69 Lexington 
Smith. Patricia A. '68 Granite Falls 
Smilh. Paul D.. '68: Portland. Me 
Smith. Peter O,. "69: Erie. Pa. 
Southerland. Fendal E. 69 Durham 
Spainhour. William E.. '69: Fayettevillc 
Spears. Michael R.. '69 Fayetteville 

• Spencer, lames R . '68: Durham 
Spencer. Kay H . '68 Wilmington 
Spivey. William M . '69: Whileville 
Stallings. Ernest W-. '68 Castalia 
Stallings. Lynn C . '68: Selma 
Staropoli. Glen A.. '69 Bound Brook. N 



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• Stevens, fames W . '69 Lenoir 
Stevenson. William E . '69 Ridgewood. N I 
Still. David M,. '68: Albemarle 

Strand. Pamela M . '68. Haw River 
Strange. |r . Aubrey E. '68 Raleigh 
Strawbndge. John L. '68 Durham 
Stokes, lohn H . '68 Charlotte 
Stone. |r . Raymond H . 68 Lumberton 
Strong. Mane B . '70: Chapel Hill 

• Stuart. Philip D. '68: Snow Camp 
Styers. 111. Thomas R . '68 Summerlield 
Suddrelh. Willis C. '68: Statesville 
Summers. Andrew K.. '69: SlalesviUe 
Suttles, Thomas W. '68: Marion 
Sutton. Johnnie E.. "68: La Grange 
Swartley. |ohn M . '69 Philadelphia, Pa 
Tabbassum. M -U . '68 Sacagodha. Pakistan 
T.ilbot. Waller L. 'eS' Charlotte 

• Tanenbaum. Mark C. '69: Charleston. SC 
Tale. William C . '69 Banner Elk 
Tatum. Richard A . '68 Charlotte 
Taylor, Helen R . '70 Chapel Hill 
Taylor, Michael W,. '69: Macon. Ga. 
Taylor. William B, 'eS: Durham 
Taylor. Edward E. '68: Rockingham 
Temple. Robert D.. '68 Charleston. S C 
Thomas. Emory B. '69: Pittsboro 

• Thompson, f.eorge K . '68: Chapel Hill 
Thompson. Marianne L. '70; Chapel Hill 
Thompson. Thomas C. '68: Pinebluff 
Thompson. William L. '68: Charlotte 
Thrower. |r . William N,. '68: Belmont 
Tillotson. James E. '68 Charlotte 
Totbcrt. Eugene C . '68: Hector. Minn 
Town.send, James R . '68: Greensboro 
Triplelt. William L 111. '69: Burlington 

• Trogdon. Jr. James L. '69- Randlcman 
Troulman. Steven E . '70 China Grove 
fucker. James R T. '68: Wendell 
TurbeviUe. James L,, '68: Cerro Gordo 
Turner. Gary L,. '68, High Point 
Turner. James P . '68: Henderson 
Tutlle. Edgar W. '68: Maiden 
Underwood. Richard R. '69: Clinton 
tipchurch. Wallace G . 69: Durham 



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Van Dessei, Dorolhy, '68: Phillipsburg. N 1 
Varn. Michael )., "68: Phoenix. Ariz, 
Vaughn, Mary-Francis L, '68: [ameslown, F 
Vaughn. Michael E,. '68 Hendersonvillc 
Vreraan, Hcndnk I , '68: Durham 



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Wade. Louis M . |r . '68 Durham 
Wagner. Sibyl M,. '71 Chapel Hill 
Walker. Wayne B,. '68: Durham 
Wall, Daniel T, '68: Columbia. SC 
Wall. Ursula M„ '69: Towanda, Pa 
Wallon, Donald P. '68 Hicksville. N Y 
ird. Allen C. '68: Meluchen. N| 
ird. Millon R. 69 Clarendon 
arren. L. Ricks. '70: Dothan. Ala, 
itlinglon. Malchus L. 'ii8 Kinston 
ilson. )r, lessc L, 68 Salisbury 
Ills, Thomas G,. '68 Slalis\ille 
Wease. Billy R,. '70 Kings Muunlam 
Weaver. Susan N,. '69 Durham 

, Cynlhia L. '71; Chapel Hill 
Webb, 111. William E . '69: Slalesville 
Weeks, |r , Richard L. '6ft Greensboro 
Wells. 111. lames M. '68 Richmond. Va 
Wells. Raymond E . '68: Charlolle 
Weslbrook. Frank P . '68: Chapel Hill 
While. Charle»C. '68 Warrenton 
While, loseph B . '68 Charlolle 
While. Rodgers S-. '68: Kannapolis 
While. Wilma D,. '68 Elizabeth Cilv 
Whillock, Thomas C, '68: Bennellsyille 
Williams, David B,, '68: Newark, Del, 
. Henry C . '68 Kinslon 



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Stephen D. 69 Gaslonia 
Ihamson. David L, '70- Rocky Mounl 
lliamson. Dennis |. 71 Rocky Mounl 
lliamson. Douglas W , 68 Whileville 
His, |r . Lloyd H , 68, Hope Mills 
Ison. C P . '69: Sherman Oaks. Calif. 
Ison. Harry E„ '69: Shelbv 
Ison, lames M , 70: Greensboro 
Ison, Richard P. 68: Washinglon 



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• Wilhrow, Danielle K,. 69 Chapel Hill 
Wumack. Franklin E,, '68 Asheville 
Womble. George E . '68: Lillington 
Womble. Roberl T . 68 Carrboro 
Woodard. Donald L . '71 Chapel Hill 
Woodard. ]r . John V, '68 Raleigh 
Woiiddy. Helen | . 69 Raleigh 
Wooddy. |r . Aubrey |,. '68: Asheboro 
Worlhinglon. Charles E„ '69 Winlerville 

• Wrenn, Alexander E,. '68: Greensboro 
Wrenn. Creighlon, 69: Charlolle 
Wright. Gregory V . '69: Charlotte 
Wyman. Stephen D,, 69: Greenwich, Com 
Yarborough, David B., 70: Fayelteville 
Youngs, Mary T , '68 San Diego, Calif 
7-ad|eika, George W , 68: Philadelphia, Pa 
Zachary, |r. Walter L. '69 Yadkinville 
Zimmerman. Troy R HI. '69 New York. ^ 




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LETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETICS ATHLETIC 






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HLtTICS ATHLE 




IN MEMORY OF 

BUTCH BENNETT 

A CAROLINA TAR HEEL 




William Allen Bennett 



This young man from Danville, Virginia, though 
stricken with leukemia, enrolled at Carolina last 
fall and tried out for the freshman basketball team. 
He asked doctors at Memorial Hospital to keep his 
secret because he wanted to make the team strictly 
on his athletic merit. 

And Butch did. More than 75 players tried out for 
the team. When all cuts were made, Butch was list- 
ed as seventh man on the roster. He wrote a letter 
to his Father, saying, "My life long dream has been 
realized." 

But Butch never got a chance to play for the 
freshman team. His condition worsened just be- 
fore Thanksgiving and he was admitted to Memori- 
al Hospital. Butch died there on Saturday after- 
noon, just a few hours before the Carolina fresh- 
man team took the court for its first game. 

Carolina coaches say that Butch Bennett was the 
most remarkable young man they have ever met. 
His spirit will live forever in the hearts of Tar Heels 
everywhere. 

(This page is sponsored by the Student Athletic 
Council) 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Coach Joe Hilton's Harriers posted a respectable 
6-2 record this season, which captured third place 
in the A.C.C. The team suffered defeats to Duke 
and notorious track power, Maryland. 

Coach Hilton felt that the squad might have been 
a little better, but sickness and injuries seemed to 
plague his star runners. Co-Captain Mike Williams 
was held back all year with illness, and Bill Bassett 
spent most of the season nursing a bad knee. Al- 
though Joe Lasich hasn't quite reached his poten- 
tial yet, sophomore Kenny Helms turned in a good 
season as a result of hard work and dedication. 
Co-Captain Truett Goodwin delivered his usua 
steady performance. 

Despite a bit of bad luck, the hard work and indi- 
vidual effort on the team's part did result in a win- 
ning season, as the record indicates. Although 
Mike Williams will be missed, the fact that most of 
the top runners are returning indicates a stronger 
team for next season's competition. 



Coach Joe Hilton and his 
ing for a meef. 



noger, Dave Wortey, assist Wayne Franklin in prepar- 





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UNC Cross Country and Trock Coach Joe 1967 VARS/TV CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - FRONT ROW: Robert Frederick, Joe Lasich, Truett Goodwin, Co- 

mlton Captain: Charles Markman, Wayne Franklin. SECOND ROW: David Worley, Aianoger; Kenny Helms, Fred 

McCall, Bill Bassett, Mike Williants, Co-Capfain, Joe Hilton, Head Coach. 







SCORECARD 




UNC 




Opp. 


21 


South Carolina 


40- 


18 


Virginia 


47- 


18 


N.C. State 


42- 


-48 


Maryland 


15 


24 


Wake Forest 


37- 


-31 


Duke 


25 


15 


Clemson 


50- 


Stat 


e Championships — 




Third Place 




ACC Championships — 




Third Place 




Fina 


1 Record: 5-2. 





Athletics 231 



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Wisdom Ngambi fights for possession of fhe ball with fwo opposifion Co-copfain Jimmy Johnston head-blocks the ball to spoil an offensive ef- 

players. fort by C/emson. 

1967 VARSITY SOCCER TEAM — FRONT ROW: Pete Gallaudet, Mark Packard, Louis Bush, Allen Merrill, Larry Heath, co-coploin; Jimmy Johnston, co- 
captain; John Gossenhoven, Jeff Perry, Kip Ward, Jim Crane, Jamie Cranfield. SECOND ROW: Woody Clark, Trainer: Doug Borbo, Conrad Albert, Rick 
Davis, Pete Dickens, William Bouic, Chris Carter, Pete Nisbet, William Verhoeff, Todd Hunt. THIRD ROW: John Killen, Ass'f. Coach; Marvin Allen, Head 
Coach; Pete Beebe, Dick Driver, Steve Oobson, John Kuchma/, Richard Brayfon, Ron Orochester, Russell Ford, Ed Baur. ABSENT: Tom Mayes, Manager. 






SCORECARD 




UNC 




Opp. 


6 


St. Andrews 


1- 


5 


Campbell 


0- 


4 


East Carolina 


0- 


6 


N.C, State 


2— 


4 


Pfeiffer 


0- 


5 


Clemson 


1- 


-I 


South Florida 





3 


Virginia 


2- 


3 


Trenton State 


2- 


5 


Belmont Abbey 


1- 


-1 


Maryland 


3 


2 


Duke 

Final Record: 10-2. 


1- 



Assistant Coach John KUIen and Coach Ma 




The enthusiastic crowds that came to UNC's Fetzer Field this 
year to see how well the remnants of the 1966 A.C.C. co- 
championship team could handle themselves were not disappoint- 
ed. Coach Marvin Allen's 1967 soccer team turned in an impressive 
10-2-0 record. The loss of seven starting seniors from last year's 
championship team made Coach Allen's job a bit difficult, but the 
sophomores and juniors came through with fine performances, 
under the leadership of senior co-captains Larry Heath and Jimmy 
Johnston. 

With only two seniors in the starting line-up, the success of the 
1967 soccer team depended largely on the individual performances 
of the sophomores and junior team members. The aggressive play 
of Jeff Perry and Jamie Canfield was largely responsible for control 
of the ball at midfield. The defensive work of fullbacks John Gus- 
senhoven and Allen Merrill and goalie Pete Gallaudet gave Mark 
Packard and Jimmy Crane ample opportunity to lead the offensive 
attack. The all-around play of Third Team Ail-American sopho- 
more Louis Bush, who, says Coach Allen, is the best player in the 
twenty-one year history of soccer at UNC, helped in rounding out a 
fine soccer team. The height of individual performance this season 
came when fullback T. Baur scored from midfield with twenty sec- 
onds left to give NAIA powerhouse, Trenton State, its only defeat 
of the season. 

The chances for another A.C.C. championship were shattered 
when the team was defeated 3-1 by arch-rival Maryland, who went 
on to the NCAA playoffs. With only two seniors graduating and 
with the valuable game experience gained by the sophomores and 
juniors this season, the prospects are that next year's soccer team 
will be another crowd-pleaser. 




Co-captain Larry Heath attempting to break 
through for a score against Clen 




Athlflics 2M 




FOOTBALL 



1967 was an outstanding year in the development 
of Carolina's football history. Hopefully, it will be 
looked back upon as the beginning of an era — an 
era where Carolina will re-assert her role as the 
athletic leader of the ACC. 

The course has been chosen. Fortunately Caro- 
lina finds herself with perhaps the most important 
element necessary for building an outstanding 
football team — an outstanding coaching staff. 
Coach Bill Dooley and his hand-picked assistants 
have embarked on a program to recruit and rebuild 
Carolina's football team. Recruiting will be a diffi- 
cult job for Carolina because we are competing 
with a large number of schools which have lower 
academic standards. However, the University of 
North Carolina is a great and respected institution 
and we of The Yackoty Yack feel that this will be a 
significant factor in aiding the coaching staff in its 
endeavor to bring to this University the difficult 
combination of athlete and scholar. This, in the 
end, will make success mean even more, for Caroli- 
na's standards will not have been compromised. 
Coach Dooley clearly recognizes the task before 
him. It is his honesty and "no-excuses" attitude 
that help us in accepting the fact that Carolina 
must expect to suffer a few more seasons like 1967 
before any change will be clearly evident. But even 
this season gave rise to an optimism that perhaps a 
new and brighter era lies ahead. 

Coach Dooley inherited the remnants of a foot- 
ball team. It was his job to make the best of it. How 
he fulfilled his job cannot be measured solely by 
Carolina's won-lost record. His success may have 
been limited, but this season was by no means a 
failure. 

Defensive tackle Nielsen Rogers (71) pulls N.C. Slate ball carrier down from behind, os defensive halfback Ron lowry (29} 
cufs back to help. 







Fu//baclc Tommy Dempsey fZSj finds N.C. Stote All-A^ 
Dennis Byrd a formidable obstacle. 






SCORECARD 




UNC 




0pp. 


- 7 


N.C. State 


13 


-10 


South Carolina 


16 


-11 


Tulane 


36 


- 7 


Vanderbilt 


21 


- 8 


Air Force 


10 


14 


Maryland 


0- 


-10 


Wake Forest 


20 


- 


Clemson 


17 


-17 


Virginia 


40 


20 


Duke 


9- 


Final 


Record: 2-8. 






THE TAR HEEL SQUAD 



10 Price. Ken. QB 
n Bomar. Gayle, QB-DS 
12 Cloniger, Steve. DS 
15 Carpenler. Ron. DHB 

17 Garry. Mike QB 

18 Beaver. |eff. QB 
21 David. Doug. VVB 

24 Harris. John. DB 

25 Riggs. David. HB 

27 Davenport. Jack. DHB 
29 Lovvry. Ron. DHB 

33 Stone. Chip, KS 

34 Blank, Landv, DHB 

35 Deibler. Bill" LB 

36 Wynn, Curtis, FB 

38 Miggs, lames, HB 

39 Hartig, Don, KS 

40 VVesolowski. Dick. HB 

41 Kellv. Bill. HB-S 



Zemaitis. Saulis. HB 
Mazza. Mark. LB 
Dempsev. Tommy, FB 
lackson.'Dave. DHB 
Bradley. Chip. C 
Sparks. Ned. C 
Dempsey. Randy C; 
Hanna. Bob. LB 
Pukal. Lou. DT 
Sheehan. |im. OG 
Wall, Battle, DG 
Working. Mike, OG 
Connolly, Bob. OG 
Renedo. Tom. DG 
Chalupka. Ed, OG 
Horvat, Mike, LB 
Smith, Mike. DG 
Cowan. Ev. OT 
Rogers. Nielsen. DT 



I Ingle, Tom, OT 
i Barnes, Marion, OG 
I Richey. Mike, DG 
j )ordan, Dickie, OT 
) Hollifield, Mike, OT 
' Turner, Van, DT 
t Burdulis, Steve, OT 
) Masino. jim. DT 
) Carr, Charlie, OE 
, Karrs, Tim, DE 
'. Duncan, Lynn, DE 
I Piasecky, John, DE 
I Zadjeika, George, DE 
1 Cantrell, Tom, OE 
i Newton. Louis. OE 
Boswell. Cramer, OE 
Davis. Peter. OE 
Knott. Bobby. DE 



Carolina's season started on a not- 
too-discouraging note as the team made an impres- 
sive showing against N.C. State, only to be defeat- 
ed by two field goals, (13-7). Any resemblance be- 
tween the two team's performance has to end at 
that point, however, for the Wolfpack was later to 
rise to national prominence while the Tar Heels 
went on to suffer continued defeat at the hands of 
her next four opponents. These included a some- 
what "respectable" 16-10 loss to South Carolina, 
two crushing defeats by Tulane (36-11) and Van- 
derbilt (21-7), and a frustrating 10-8 loss to Air 
Force. At this point, Carolina had managed to set a 
record in the Most Consecutive Losses category 
(12) — the longest losing streak in football's 80 year 
history at the University. 

The following week Carolina ended the "Dirty 
Dozen" by shutting out Maryland with a good team 
performance and brightening what many expected 
to be a gloomy Homecoming. Any hopes that the 
victory over Maryland had started a new trend in 
the season were quickly dispelled when Wake For- 
est handed Carolina its most convincing defeat 
(20-10) in the three year series. The next two weeks 
proved even worse. ACC champion Clemson was 
able to hold Carolina scoreless (17-0) despite the 
fact that the Tar Heels battled the Tigers on even 
terms until the last period. Virginia added insult to 
injury by romping to a 40-17 win. 



Universify of North Coro/ino 1 967 Varsity football Team 




When Duke coach Tom Harp told reporters that 
the Duke-Carolina game would be a toss-up de- 
spite Carolina's devastating season, none of them 
would bite. The sports writers weren't the only 
doubters. No one had any real faith in Carolina's 
chances except the team and coaching staff. Very 
few of the 44,000 people who filled Duke's Wallace 
Wade Stadium expected anything less than a com- 
plete rout, and for the first few minutes of the 
game, it seemed that the Blue Devils would push 
the Tar Heels right out of the stadium. 

Then something quite unusual happened — the 
defense stopped two Blue Devil drives and gave 
Carolina possession. The crowd watched in disbel- 
ief as the Tar Heel offense gained first down after 
first down in a determined drive towards the end- 
zone. When quarterback Gayle Bomar drove the 
final twelve yards for a touchdown, many of the 
Carolina fans probably felt a slight tinge of guilt as 
they stood cheering. Even though the team thor- 
oughly dominated the rest of the game, the Caro- 
lina crowd anxiously watched the clock click away 
the time while trying to convince themselves that 
the Carolina football team was actually beating 
"Dook." 

It seems that if the team was given sole responsi- 
bility for its losses, it should be given complete 
credit for its 20-9 win over Duke. One must admit 
that it takes a great deal of desire and determina- 
tion to keep coming back and facing the opposition 
with mounting defeat as a reward. This team never 
folded and they made believers of us all on Satur- 
day afternoon, November 18, 1967. 











Hard-driving halfback David fUggs plows fhrough State defeiy 




Quarterback Gayte Bomar dives i 
approval. 



i the goal line for first touchdown against Duke, and is congratulated by teammates as coaches and fans manifest their 



Athlulics 237 





Cenfer Chip Bradley (5?) pro(e«(s quarterback Jeff Beaver as he wails for Charlie 
Carr f80J fo break into the clear. 



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Mike Smith (69) knocks Tulane boll carrier from the air as All-Conference de- 
fensive halfback Jack Davenport moves in for fhe kill. 



UNIVERSITY VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - FRONT: Ray Lyles, Head Cheerleader; and Marnie Carmichael. FIRST ROW: Dave 
Hcnson, Charlie Brickhouse, Bob Bunshoff, Stewart Williami, Larry Roadman, Dave Bennett, Gary Witter. SECOND ROW: 
Carrie Rouse, Debbie Patterson, Linda Seiber, Frances Dayvault, Jo Sherman, Ramona Taylor, Carol Skinner. 




Coach Dooley has stressed the fact that he is ex- 
tremely proud of every member of the 1967 Caro- 
Una football squad and he is insistent that the sea- 
son's successes and failures have to be deemed a 
team effort. A team, however, always has some 
outstanding individuals. The 1967 Tar Heel foot- 
ball team is no exception, jack Davenport was 
voted a member of the 1967 All Conference team 
for his outstanding defensive play. He also re- 
ceived the Carrington Smith Award. A leading 
rusher for the team, David Riggs. was presented the 
Education Foundation Watch and and the Bill 
Prouty Award. Quarterback Gayle Bomar placed 
second in the ACC on total offense with over a 
thousand yards to his credit. Top pass-receiver 
Charlie Carr closed out a great career at Carolina 
by catching 28 passes for 9.8 yards average gain. 

The Duke game provided a basis for optimism in 
viewing Carolina's football future. The outstand- 
ing performance paid tribute to the team and to the 
coaching staff as well. Yet we must continue to re- 
mind ourselves that we can only expect in the near 
future what comes inevitably with a rebuilding 
program. 




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louchdown at Duke, and is congratulated by his teammoles. 



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Ul^IVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 
BASKETBALL 

1968 



Bruins Top Tar Heels, 78-55 

UCLA COPS THE NCAA 

Carolina Vows Return In '69 



The night was Saturday, 
March 23. All was quiet in 
Chapel Hill. No. the stu- 
dents were not away on 
vacation. Most of them 
were in town — in dorms, 
fraternity houses and as- 
sorted local establish- 
ments. They were watch- 
ing their Heels play bas- 
ketball. 

The night before like 
many others had been 
quite different. Rolls of 
toilet paper were strewn 

Fru$*rafion h . 



from the trees, hell-raisers 
roamed the streets, fire- 
crackers boomed and auto 
horns blared. That night 
there had been victory — 
an impressive 80-66 show- 
ing over the Ohio State 
Buckeyes, champions of 
the mid-east and the Big 
Ten. 

But Saturday night, 
there was only silence. For 
Carolina had seen its idol- 
ized Tar Heels crushed in a 
jiame that to call a "mis- 




match" would be an un- 
derstatement in fact. 
Dean Smith called the 
UCLA Bruins "the great- 
est college basketball 
team ever assembled." 
Dominated in every re- 
spect by 7'2" Lew Alcin- 
dor, the player of the 
year, the Heels went 
down to a 23-point de- 
feat. Alcindor scored 34 
points, blocked five shots 
and brought down 16 re- 
bounds. Take away Al- 
cindor, and the Bruins 
might still have given 
UNC a rough night of 
basketball, but at least 
things would have been 
equalized. Put him in and 
it is all over. There is no 
defense against his om- 
nipresence. It dominates 
all play. 

On a given night, the 
Heels might have done 
better. Thanks to the 
N.C.A.A., the game was 
played in a location which 
gave the Uclans a consid- 
erable advantage, as if they 
needed it. The shooting 
was poor (35%), and the 
turnovers were many (23). 
Yet UCLA had also played 
better, as all witnesses to its 
101-69 rout of Houston 



will attest. One bright spot 
was the Tar Heel defense 
— it managed to force 26 
turnovers from the Bruins. 
In retrospect, being 
number two is not really 
anything to be ashamed of, 
especially considering who 
is number one. The 1968 
edition of the Tar Heels 
might well have been ca- 
pable of taking an NCAA 
Title in a "normal" year. 
We can console ourselves 
by the fact that "We'll be 
back," but then so will the 
Bruins. 



STATISTICS 



UCLA 

Shackelford 

Lynn 



Heit! 
Sutherland 



Totals 31. 60 

NORTH CAROLINA FG 
Miller 513 



21 37 16 78 



19 25 17 55 



UCLA's lucii/s A\lm is guarded by Charlie Scott. 




Carolina mentor Dean 
Smith directs operations. 
Smith was chosen as ACC 
Coach of the Year for the 
second year running. 








Forward Bill Bunting goes in for tvfO. 
Guard Dick Grubar leads the fasi break against Duke 




"Well, here we are. Right in the middle of the Big Time." de- 
clared Joe Brown to the approval of the crowd, "and we couldn't 
have done it without your help." 

"I'm waxing up my surfboard, letting my hair grow long, and 
I'm planning to bleach it when we get to L.A.." said Larry Miller. 
Five-thousand fans roared back enthusiastically. (That pep rally 
was before the Eastern Regionals..) 

Enthusiasm and excitement reached a new level this year as 
the greatest hardwood team since the 1957 National Champions 
did not fail to live up to its potential. All year long, basketball was 
(he number one topic on campus. The world revolved around the 
North Carolina basketball team. Wild crowds packed Carmichael 
.Auditorium for every home game, and those who couldn't get 
tickets were glued to their radios and TV sets. The world came to 
a brief stop for each varsity b-ball contest. 

This was a squad that will long be remembered by students and 
alumni. Led by Ail-American Larry Miller, as exciting and tal- 
ented a player as ever hit the court, the Tar Heels racked up a rec- 
ord of 28 victories and 4 defeats, including a great 20-game win- 
ning streak. The nation watched anxiously as the Heels rolled 
from the regular season championship through the A.C.C. Tour- 
naments, through the N.C.A.A. Eastern Regionals to the National 
Championship face off with the mighty UCLA Bruins. 

Roundmg out the starting five behind Miller were the great jun- 
ior forward Bill Bunting, indispensible center Rusty Clark and 
spectacular guards Charlie Scott and Dick Grubar. An important 
part of the team's success was the substitution made possible by 
bench strength in the form of Joe Brown. Gerald Tuttle and Eddie 
Fogler. Last but certainly not least was Coach Dean Smith, who 
no longer lives in the shadow of Frank McGuire. as his enviable 
120-59 record against the toughest national competition keenly 
demonstrates. 

Coach Smith was especially pleased with "the type of young 
men representing the University" on this team, typified by the 
scholar-athlete of good character. Unselfish play and "pride in 
good defense" are other big points Smith credited with contrib- 
uting to team success. A great team also has to have senior leader- 
ship, and Dean Smith emphasized that this was a crucial factor 
this season — on and off the court. 



Forward Larry Miller shoofs over Pratt of Kentucky. 





RIGHT: V.P.I. Gobblers were giv, 
trouble by BUI Bunting. 








Number Two In The Nation 




I 968 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - FRONT ROW: John Locey, Trainer; Dean Smith, Head Cooch, Jim Delany, Dick Grubor, tarry Miller, Ger- 
ald Turtle, Ed Fogler, John Loll, Ais'l Coach: Bill Gulhridge, Ass'f Cooch. SECOND ROW: Randy forehand, Mgr.; Al Armour, Gra Whitehead, 
Joe Brown, Rusty Clark, Bill Bunting, Charlie Scott, Jim frye, Ricky Webb, Bob Coleman, Mgr. 



Charlie Scott's brilliant passing thrilled crowds 
buckets. 



nd contributed to many key 




The long-avvailed opener on December 2 saw Carolina off to a 
typical slow start, trailing at the half. Yet the Heels came back to 
take Virginia Tech. 89-76, After a 107-83 home court rout of Kent 
State. Carolina soon learned that it was not unbeatable. The Van- 
derbilt Commodores dealt the Tar Heels a rude 13-point setback 
at Nashville on Saturday. December 9. Quickness and sharp- 
shooting combined with UNC foul trouble helped to stop the 
Heels. 

Yet the blow did not get the Tar Heels down. They rebounded 
l)uck the following week to knock off top-ten tearfis Kentucky 
and Princeton at Greensboro Coliseum. These were particularly 
satisfying wins, as they sent Carolina back up in the polls before 
the Christmas break. 

A good indication of the Heels' reaction to tournament compe- 
tition came at Portland, Oregon, in the Far West Classic. There 
UNC edged Stanford, came from 17 points behind in the second 
half to defeat nationally-ranked Utah, and fought off the home 
crowd to whip Oregon State for the title. The feat earned the 
Heels a flattering write-up in Sport.s //luslrated. 

The A.C.C. wars then opened against Wake Forest at home and 
the Deamon Deacons went down in an unenthusiastic 74-62 con- 
test. Then came the big game against surprising Duke. Charlie 
Scott was the key to a close, come-from-behind victory in this 
contest, 75-72. Scott was again important, in addition to Ralph 
Fletcher, in another squeaker before an unruly N.C. State crowd 
at Raleigh. 

The Heels played one of their best games just prior to the exam 
lireak against Clemson, scorching the Tigers on their home court, 
1 1,'>-83. UNC returned from exams to avenge last year's defeat to 
the Georgia Tech Yellow jackets. Rusty Clark came to his full 
potential in that contest, which turned out to be a good omen. The 
Heels then narrowly edged out a tough Florida State team and 
heat Maryland at College Park, 73-67. Coach Smith called the 
Terp game "Bill Bunting's finest hour". 

Carolina broke a school record for a conference game in run- 
nmg the Virginia Cavaliers off the court. 108-64. Wake Forest at 
Winston-Salem was also dealt with easily. Minus Rusty Clark, 
much exertion was necessary to get past V.P.I, again, this lime in 
Hlacksburg. But Larry Miller led the Tar Heels to continue their 
winning ways, 80-70. 

A tension-packed contest at Chapel Hill next saw Carolina 
emerge again victorious against Norman Sloan's Wolfpack. 
Clemson was no problem at Charlotte, but South Carolina gave 
the Heels the first of three rough games and they had to come 
from behind to win. 84-80. 




1968 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 
TEAM - FKONT ROW: Richord Gar- 
rett, Joel Ragen, David Aria), Butch 
Bennett, Tom Whitworth, Dale 
Gipple, Pres Kuddle, Richard Tuttle. 
SECOND ROW: Bill Gvthridge, Head 
Coach; Dave Cor/ess, Ass't. Coach; 
Butch Eites, Ward Skinner, Bill 
Slceels, lee Dedmond, Don Eggles- 
Ion, Dave Chadwick, Holt Trotman, 
Jim Bradford, Lee Upperman, Chuck 
Harris, Manager. ABSENT: John 
McKellar, Verdery Kerr. 




246 Athletics 




Tar Heel defense is a key to success. Unselfish con- 
cern and team spirit is essential for good defense. 




With easy victories over Maryland and Virginia, 
Carolina clinched the A.C.C. Regular Season Title, 
in addition to top seeding in the tourney. This 
made 20 in a row, and that was it. 

Frank McGuire returned to Chapel Hill with a 
standing ovation and promptly showed his ingrati- 
tude by handing Carolina its first home court de- 
feat, 87-86. The score, and unhappily the result, 
were the same at Durham, as North Carolina blew 
numerous chances to win in a heartbreaking 
triple-overtime loss to Duke University. 

A poor game against Wake Forest opened the 
tourney. Then the Gamecocks were back to haunt 
the Heels again. Carolina nearly missed elimina- 
tion as clutch free throws by Tuttle and Grubar 
sealed U.S.C.'s fate in overtime, 82-79. Fine play by 
Dick Grubar (20 points) kept Carolina in the game 
till the end. The Title Game was an outstanding 
display of raw basketball power as UNC bombed 
surprise-finalist N.C. State, 87-50, to earn the ticket 
to the N.C.A.A. 

The Raleigh crowd served as an advantage 
against third-rated St. Bonaventure in the Region- 
als. But all-around outstanding play made this un- 
necessary as the Tar Heels emerged clearly superi- 
or in a fine game, 91-72. Lefty Driesell got his long- 
awaited match against Carolina in the N.C.A.A. 
Quarterfinal. Neither the Heels nor the Davidson 
Wildcats were at their best, but UNC came from 
behind to get a bit of gleeful revenge against Dri- 
esell and also a trip to Los Angeles. 

At the semi-finals. North Carolina did not make 
the mistake of last season in looking past upstart 
Ohio State. Tough defense and a devastating fast 
break were too much for the Buckeyes, who went 
down 80-66. This became all the more impressive 
the following night as Ohio State won third place 
over the University of Houston, 89-85. 

As the story of Alcindor, Inc. has already been 
reviewed, we can stop here on a pleasant note. 
5,000 fans jammed Raleigh-Durham Airport on the 
Monday following the finals to say "thank you" to 
the Tar Heels for a great season. Alumni thanked 
Dean Smith with a Carolina blue cadillac. Another 
chapter in UNC basketball history came to a close, 
and a new one has already begun. 

Charlie Scott successfully executes the fast break. 



Athletics 247 



VICTORY! 





SCORECARD 




UNC 




Opp, 


89 


Virginia Tech 


76- 


107 


Kent State 


83- 


- 76 


Vanderbilt 


89 


84 


Kentucky 


n- 


71 


Princeton 


63- 


87 


Stanford 


78- 


86 


Utah 


84- 


68 


Oregon State 


61- 


74 


Wake Forest 


62- 


75 


Duke 


72- 


68 


N.C. State 


66- 


115 


Clemson 


83- 


82 


Georgia Tech 


54- 


86 


Florida State 


80- 


73 


Maryland 


67- 


108 


Virginia 
Wake Forest 


64- 


80 


60- 


80 


Virginia Tech 


70- 


96 


N.C. State 


84- 


96 


Clemson 


74- 


84 


South Carolina 


80- 


83 


Maryland 


60- 


92 


Virginia* 


74- 


- 86 


South Carolina 


87 


- 86 


Duke (30T) 


87 


83 


Wake Forest 


70- 


82 


S. Carolina (OT) 


79- 


87 


N.C. State** 


50- 


91 


St. Bonaventure 


72- 


70 


Davidson*** 


66- 


80 


Ohio State 


66- 


- 55 


U.C.L.A. 


78 


Fina 


1 Record: 28-4 




* A.C.C. Regular Season 
** A.C.C. Title Won in To 


Title 


urna- 


men 


t 




*** N.C.A.A. Eastern Reg 


ional 


Title 







Larry Miller 
Carolina Super-Star 

Larry Miller is ranked as one of the most honored basketball 
players in A.C.C. history, and for good reason. The 6'4", 210 lb. 
AU-American from Catasaqua, Pennsylvania is a winner — not 
because he is a 7 foot plus giant, but because he is a determined 
leader who works hard to win. Every team he has played on, ex- 
cept the 1966 Tar Heels, has been a title winner. His leadership 
ability is manifested by the fact that he was the overwhelming 
choice ofhis teammates for captain of the 1968 Tar Heels, the first 
single captain since Dean Smith has been head coach. 

No one has to be convinced that Larry Miller is an exceptional 
basketball player in all phases of the game. He is an unselfish 
player, giving his teammates the easier shots and taking the most 
difficult ones for himself. He has the uncanny ability to play his 
best game under the pressure of tournament competition. In lead- 
ing the 1967 Tar Heels lo the A.C.C. Championship, he scored 29 
points in the second half in the second-round game against Wake 
Forest in overcoming an 8-point first half deficit. This year in the 
(ourney, he scored 22 and 19 points respectively in the first halves 
against Wake Forest and South Carolina, to insure a spot in the 
final game, where the squad practically ran N.C. State out of 
Charlotte Coliseum. Probably his greatest performance was in 
the final game of the 1967 Far West Classic, as he exploded with 
27 points in the second half for a comeback victory over Oregon 
State and won the M.V.P. award in the process. 

During the 1968 basketball season. Larry Miller played in four 
tournaments — the Far West Classic, the A.C.C. Tournament, the 
N.C. A. A. Eastern Regionals, and the N.C.A.A. Finals. He made the 
All-Tournament team in all four, including the one at Los An- 
geles. After the A.C.C. Tournament, he was honored with the co- 
veted Everett Case Award for the second year in a row. 

Larry finished his career with 1,982 points, which made him the 
second leading scorer in Carolina basketball history, only 63 
points behind Lennie Rosenbluth. During his senior year, he 
scored 717 points for a 22.4 game average. He is only the second 
player in A.C.C. history to win the Player of the Year Award 
twice (Len Chappell of Wake Forest also did this in 1961 and 
1962). 

Larry Miller is an AU-American in every sense of the word. His 
team selections speak for themselves. He made the Look Maga- 
zine A. A. team two years running, and also was selected for both 
the 1968 U.P.I, and N.E.A. second teams. Perhaps the crowning 
touch of his career was being selected on the first team in the As- 
sociated Press Ail-American Lineup this year. The A. P. is the old- 
est and most prestigeous of the A. A. teams. Its members are se- 
lected by sportswriters and sportscasters from all over the United 
States. 

As his career here at UNC comes to a close. Miller, a Business 
Administration major, plans to play professional basketball, and 
is leaning toward the A.B.A. because he "Couldn't stand lo be a 
bench warmer." He also is planning to enter the entertainment 
business by opening a night club catering to college students. 

The Yackety Yack salutes a truly great Ail-American. 
Lawrence James Miller, 






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WRESTLING 



Rudolph (I67J goes for 




David Barnes (145) and a William and Mary grappter spar- 
fool. 



Coach Sam Barnes considers this season's record (3-8-1) a bit of 
a disappointment, even though it wasn't entirely unexpected. The 
wrestling team limped along all season with only two returning 
lettermen. sophomores from a freshman team which failed to win 
a match last season, and without a heavyweight (four matches 
were lost by losing the heavyweight match). 

The 1968 grapplers were an unbalanced and inexperienced 
team overall; the much needed progress by sophomores failed to 
materialize. The team started strong with three wins, but after 
Christmas the squad experienced a steady string of losses. 

The otherwise disappomting season was brightened when the 
freshmen became eligible for varsity competition in February. 
Frosh sparked the team to a third place finish in the A.C.C. Tour- 
nament at College Park. Freshmen Curtis Weaver (145) and Fred 
Ball (177) were runners-up in the A.C.C. Meet and Tommy Blal- 
ock (115), Tom Whisnant (heavyweight), and Barry Pierce (123) 
placed in the conference meet. The strong leadership of co- 
captains lohn Stacey and Fred Priester, who were consistent win- 
ners and leading scorers, also brightened the season. 

The exciting performances of the freshmen this season and the 
fact that of 16 wrestlers who received varsity letters, 12 were so- 
phomores and juniors show that there is a valid basis for hope of 
a better season next year. 




Co-captains John Stacey and Fred Priesfer 



Wresfling Coach Sam Barnes 






SCORECARD 




UNC 




Opp. 


28 


Guilford College 


14- 


15 


V.M.I. 


14- 


-11 


Virginia 


21 


19 


Washington & Lee 16- | 


16 


Davidson 


16 


-14 


N.C. State 


21 


-14 


Duke 


17 


- 6 


Virginia Tech 


31 


- 6 


William & Mary 


27 


-14 


Georgia Tech 


17 


- 


Maryland 


35 


- 9 


West Virginia 


20 


A.C.C. Tournament 




(Thir 


d Place) 




Final Record: 3-8-1 





1968 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM - FRONT ROW: Ed Greenberg, Bob Hoke, Jim Minor, Croig Miller, Pal Reighard, Bill Horn, Neil Sims, Clarke Williams. 
SECOND ROW: Ted Pruefr, Keilh Lyons, John Sfocey, William Deane, Sieve Robenon, Raul Ogburn, Morfin Culler. THIRD ROW: Jim Zumwall, Jack McKin- 
nish, Fred Priesler, Joe Broodreson, Richard Urquharl, David Barnes, Jenks Pressley, Dick Kelly. 



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Start of 500 yard freestyle race in dual meet against N.C. State Universily- U.N.C. Swimmers are: l^.ij 

tone 6 (on /ef<) Fronk McElroy, Lane 5 (second from left) Joe Sanders. 





SCORECARD 




UNC 




"pp. 


60 


Clemson 


40- 


59 


South Carolina 54— | 


63 


Duke 


41- 


-54 


Maryland 


59 


64 


Navy 


49- 


65 


Wake Forest 


48- 


-48 


Florida 


65 


59 


Florida State 


54- 


-45 


N.C. State 


68 


58 


East Carolina 


45- 


Final Record: 7-3 




A.C.C 


. Meet Scores: 




N.C. State 


547 


North Carolina 


4901/2 


South Carolina 


356 


Mary' 


and 


296 


Virginia 


94 


Wake 


Forest 


73V, 


Duke 




60 


Clemson 


:iH 




I 968 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM - BOfTOM ROW: Chuck Humphrey, Pe(e lewis. Drew Finn, Bob Pollard, 
Andrew Brislow, Phil McMunigal, Bob McCullough, John Hodgson, Bruce Wigo, John Secunda. SECOND 
ROW. Dave BranHey, £d Bosbyshell, Pick Hood, Brad tangden. Bob Foremen, Will Fulton, Frank McClroy, Eric 
Muller, Drew Kali TOP ROW. Jim Edwards, Greg Mechan, Dan Bissell, Fred Dannemann, Allen Spier, Bill 
Lindley, Joe Sanders, Dave Ball, Tom Ferrette, Phil Riker. 



252 Athlolins 



SWIMMING 



The Tar Heel swimmers were pleased with a 
strong showing again this season, including a 
second-place finish in the A.C.C. Championship 
Meet at Chapel Hill. 

According to Coach Pat Earey, the team knew at 
the beginning of the year that it would be lacking in 
several important areas, particularly in the 
breaststroke and individual medley events. This 
proved to be their undoing against Maryland and 
Florida. 

However, the N.C.A.A. ruling that freshmen 
were eligible for varsity competition went into ef- 
fect second semester and this helped the breast- 
stroke situation, with the addition of Rick Wil- 
liams, Bob McCullough and Bob Pollard. However, 
the team was unable to plug up the individual med- 
ley event and again it proved costly in the loss to 
conference champion N.C. State. 

Throughout the year. Captain Phil Riker was the 
mainstay in the butterfly events. At midseason he 
swam the third best time (1:56.5) recorded in the 
country this year in the 200 yard butterfly. Howev- 
er, he will have to lower this time considerably at 
the NCAA Championships. Jim Edwards, a junior 
freestyler, has already tied the university 100-yard 
freestyle record and is shooting for a place in the 
NCAA finals. He will also determine the success of 
relays as the anchor man in all three 400 and 800 
free and 400 medley relays. The relays may well be 
big-point-getters at the nationals. 




Capt. Phil Rile 



Frank McElroy dui 
lime of the year. 



n (he butterfly. 



ng 500 yard race at ACC championships, where he did his best 





fred Dannemann is 
backstroke champion 



1968 A.C.C. lOO-yord 



Joe Sanders, Jim Edwards, Phil Riker, Dave Bell, and Greg Meehan — 400-yard free- 
style All-America relay. 



Alhlotics 253 



Sophomore Frank McElroy did a magnificent job 
this year in the distance events. Without his efforts, the 
squad would certainly have finished lower on the con- 
ference ladder. 

Of the front line swimmers only Phil Riker will be 
lost for next year. Returning lettermen, in addition to a 
talented crop of freshmen, should again make the Tar 
Heels one of the strongest squads in the country. Says 
Coach Earey, "North Carolina has been in the top ten 
several years running now and we do not want to fall 
from this lofty status. We are doing everything possi- 
ble to recruit the distance freestylers, individual med- 
ley and butterfly men who are needed to round out the 
team. Given this kind of help, we should be able to 
fight our way back into number one position in the 
A.C.C. and continue our prestigeous position in the 
swimming world." 




DIVING TEAM - Drew Taylor, 
Cooch; Dove Brantley, Bill Sfevem, 
Drew Katz, Charles Humphrey. 



Drver Chuck Humphrey at practice 
session in preparation for ACC 
championships. 



Z.M Athletics 




TOR: Coach Earey talking to Phil Riker, Coptoin, (in 
middle^ ond Don Brown prior (o start of 200 yard 
butterfly event in dual meet againsl N.C. Sfote Uni- 
versity. 

ABOVE: Jim Edwards after completing record- 
breaking lime in the 100 yard freestyle (47.6) at 
ACC championships. 




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1968 VARSITV FENC/NG TEAM - FRONT ROW; Mike Carveth, Jim McCouie)', Teom Copfoin; Refer BoUce, 
Joe T/son, Dick Belli, Peler KanI, Carl Thompson, Denver Hoynes. SECOND ROW: Charles lee, Ben Bri 
John Devone, George Schleck, Bo McBee, Chuck Schumacher, Tom Ruff, Ronald Miller, Head Coach. THIRD 
ROW: Dick Wilson, Bill Mafhis, Jon Pavloff, Chad Hilfon, Dan Kolsrud. ABSENT: Cam Davis, Scoff Backus, 
Charles Phillips, Rafael Perez-Mancebo. 





SCORECARD 


UNC 




Opp. 


19 


Si. August 


ne 8— 


19 


Clemson 


8- 


23 


Citadel 


4- 


16 


N.C. State 


11- 


17 


Vanderbilt 


10- 


15 


Duke 


12- 


17 


Virginia 


10- 


27 


V.M.I. 


0- 


- 6 


Illinois 


21 


Final Record: 8-1 






McKay scores final touch ago 
o 16-11 team victory. 



Coach Ronald C. Miller 



FENCING 



The 1968 season saw the Tar Heel fencers roll up 
an outstanding 8-1 record. This is the first year that 
the team has been under Head Coach Ron Miller. 
Their only loss was at the hands of Big Ten cham- 
pion Illinois, which says a great deal for the coach 
and his squad. 

Commenting about his team Coach Miller staled 
that, 'Although our team is young and inexper- 
ienced, we're loaded with potential, both in terms 
of athletic ability and a strong desire to win." In 
building the team this year he sought all-around 
athletes, instead of those with little ability to par- 
ticipate in anything else. The season's record dem- 
onstrated that his strategy paid off, especially since 
many members of the starting were novices or 
freshmen. 

The future also looks bright as the squad will 
lose only three regulars from this year's team. 
There are about thirty men now out for fencing on 
both the varsity and junior varsity teams. Plans are 
also being made for a women's team for the 1969 
season. 




Tar Heel epee fencer Jeff McKay pre- 
pares (o offock Slate's Hosey. 




ABOVE: Bill Bassett on his wo/ 
(o win (he A.C.C. indoor 1000 
yard run. 



RIGHT: Alex Covington 
Indoor two-mile relay- 




TRACK 




The Varsity Track Team seems to be headed for a successful 
season this year with early season wins over Clemson (100-45) 
and N.C. State (94-51). Last season the team finished with a 6-1 
record, losing only to perennial track power Maryland. Injuries to 
key men, however, caused the squad to manage only a fourth 
place finish in the A.C.C. Meet. 

Coach |oe Hilton feels that the major problem for his team will 
be the same one that hampered them last season — a lack of 
depth. Hilton thinks, however, that if this year's young team per- 
forms up to its potential, the record should be better this year. So 
far the A.C.C. performance has been pleasing (the Heels placed 
second in the Annual Indoor Games). 

The strong points of this year's team should override the lack of 
depth. Captains Mike Williams and Bill Bassett give the team a 
strong advantage in the mile and half-mile events. Captain Gary 
Iverson and Cam Beck are strong contenders in the 440 hurdles. 
Kent Autry should capture points in the 880 and Truett Goodwin 
should continue to deliver his steady performances in the two- 
mile run. 

The lack of depth may show up in the field events, but the top 
field event men should be able to capture first place against the 
opposition. Rick Wilson and |eff Hilliker should be able the com- 
mand the pole vault and the javelin event has strong contenders 
in Charles Gibson and Chris Born. Big John jessep should bring in 
points in the shot and discus events. Gary Iverson will continue 
to be the mainstay in the broad jump and Sonny Kornegoy will 
turn in excellent performances in the triple jump. 

The Tar Heels look to be a stronger team next year if the fresh- 
men and sophomores are able to reach their great potential. 



fhe 60 yard dash. 




Bill 



1968 VARSITY TRACK TEAM - FROIMT ROW: Joe losich, Ron Short, lorry Giles, Tom Norman, Kenny Helms, David Hilliard, Mike Williams, Gary Ive 
Bassett, Charles Gibson, Bruce Morris, Sonny Kornegay, Danny Lowmon, Terry Sellars, Tom Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Bill Cole, Carl Owens, JeH Hilliker, Stevt 
Williams, Andy Swepfson, Poul Cowie, Bruce Hunter, Tom Yore, Chris Born, Cam Beck, Bruce Hoff, TrueM Goodwin, John Hine, Dennis Horn, Don Russ, Rick Wil 
son. THIRD ROW: Boyd Newnam, Ass'l Cooch, Tom Morrison, Alex Covington, John Jessep, Bill Leathers, Wayne Frankim, Kieth Nuttal, Kent Autry, Cloylor 
Lynch, Doug Pryor, Dennis Suich, Bobb/ lock, Jock Foirclolh, Rick Smith, Bob Maxwell, Joe Hilton, Head Coach. 



25fj Athletics 





SCORECARD 




1967 Spring Results 


UNC 


Opp. 




Florida Relays 




(no score) 


74 W 


Clemson 70%- 




S.C. State Relays 




(no score) 


118 


Wake Forest 27 - 


- 65 


South Carolina 80 


- 16 


Maryland 129 


80 


Duke 76 - 




Carolina Relays 




(no score) 




State Championships 




3rd 




Final Record; 3-2 




1968 Indoor Track 




V.M.I. Relays 




(no score) 


53 


South Carolina 47 - 


69 


Clemson 29 - 




Big Seven Meet 




(First Place) 




A.C.C. Indoor Games 




(Second Place) 



UNC Track Team tri-captaim Bill Bassett, Gary /' 

and Mike Williams, with Assistant Coach Bo/d Newman 

(center) and Coach Joe Hilton. 



Winner Kent Autry 
in the 880-yard 



dMike Williams (center) 





Gary Ivenon winning the brood jump with a distance of 23')". 




Pole vaulter Jeff Hilliker clears the 
14 foot mark. 












SCORECARD 




1968 Spring Resu 


Its 


UNC 




Opp. 


- 3 

- 
6 

18 
6 


Old Blue 6 
N.C. State 6 
Norfolk 3- 
Conn. Wesleyan 5- 
Princeton 5— 



The $ef serum — owesome exercise in power isometrics. 

RUGBY 

Founded in the fall of 1966 by a small nucleus of 
ex-Rugby players, the UNC Rugby Club today is an 
institution come to stay. It has grown phenomenal- 
ly in these brief two years, to a membership of ap- 
proximately forty-five members, enough for two 
teams. 

The club does not aspire to become a varsity 
sport, as the whole tradition of rugby in the United 
States tends to the club organization. Instead it gra- 
ciously accepts the use of the name, UNC, and 
hopes to continue thriving on the support of the 
Student Legislature, the alumni, and a growing 
number of rabid fans. 

The technique and mastery of rugby is not easily 
explainable in these brief paragraphs. Suffice it to 
say that it is one of the most exciting team sports 
played at Carolina. The following excerpts of 
rugby conversations from players and spectators 
alike attest to the interest which grips rugby spec- 
tators every Sunday afternoon. 

Spectators: "Rugby is a gigantic social affair. I go 
to the games to see which girls are there, to see 
what they're wearing, who their date is." 

Ruggers: "You sock me one more time, mother, 
and I'll kill you." "Well, I like the songs and parties, 
even if they're not always horror shows." "Push, 
dig in, ruck, kick, bite, and let's score!" 



UNIVERSITY Of ISIORW CAROLINA RUGBY 
CtUB - FRONT ROW: Lorry de George, lorry 
Souder, Bob Wright, Thoyer Brodi, Alex Por- 
ter, Louis Bush, George Wtrlh, Cecil Slome, 
cooch. SECOND ROW: Jon Hryhorrow, Vic Jo- 
sephs, Henry Sharp, Rick Blue, Tom Rickelfs, 
Clarence Kuegler, Jose Golins, Sluorf McLeon, 
Keilh Rusmissell. THIRD ROW: Zone Dodd, Ion 
Collins, Don Shea, Ray Walser, Slocey Kenney, 
Gray Patterson, Doug Sharer, Jim Bell. 

Fly half Z. Dodd passes oH jusi i 




Andy Galy 



GOLF 





SCORECARD 




1967 Spring Result 


s 


UNC 




Opp. 


I6V2 


Davidson 


41/2- 


19 


Clemson 
Cape Coral 
Invitational 
(8th Place) 


2 _ 


12 


Davidson 


9 - 


- 4'/2 


Maryland 


251/2- 


- 4 


Wake Forest 


23 


141/2 


South Carolina 61/2— | 


14V2 


N.C, State 


91/2- 


231/2 


Virginia 


61/2- 


101/2 


Virginia Tech 


101/2 


- 71/2 


Duke 


131/2 




Final Record: 


B-3-1 





Glen Slorpoli hits a li\ 



Last year the golf team had a 6-3-1 record and 
finished fifth in the A.C.C. Tournament. This year, 
Coach Ed Kenney feels that he has a well-balanced 
squad that stands a good chance of beating top- 
rated Wake Forest for the conference title. Kenney 
feels that the team's lack of competitive experience 
will be overcome as the season progresses. The fact 
that only three lettermen have returned from last 
year's squad is the main reason why the 1968 team 
will take a little time to develop. 

Senior Charles Lynch will fill the number one 
spot this year, assisted by three returning letter- 
men: Jim Hicksman, Brook Carter and Glen Starpo- 
li. Lynch was runner-up in the North Carolina 
Amateur Contest last year, no small accomplish- 
ment. Jim Barnes, transfer from Louisburg College, 
will probably move.up to one of the top positions 
as the season progresses. A new N.C. A. A. ruling 
which makes freshmen eligible this year should 
improve the team's chances. Harry Welker has al- 
ready qualified and Coach Kenney expects that 
other freshmen will move up before tournament 
time. Kenney feels, however, that the team will 
have to bank mainly on the players who are exper- 
ienced in competition. 

So far, this year the squad has beaten Davidson, 
lost to Ohio University, and placed third in the Red 
Fnx Invitational behind Wake Forest and Ohio U. 




1968 VARSITY GOLF 
TEAM - FRONT ROW: 
G/en Storpoli, Jim 
Barnes, Lance Richard- 
son, Dave Bevacqua. 
SECOND ROW. Harry 
Welker, Buzzy Tolbert, 
Jim Hickirian, Charles 
Lynch, Bryce Beard, 
Brooke Carter, Gene 
Phipps, Edward Kenney, 
Head Coach. 



Athletics 259 



TENNIS 




Number Two doubles team with Fred Rowlings 
serving and Captain Bob Davis ready for the 
return. 



Tennis Coach Donald Skakte 




T 



Bill TrotI returns with a back-hand volley of 
the net. 



Lee Langilrough returns using a cross court 
backhand stroke. 




Number One doubles team in ocfion with Bill Trott serving and ad' 




r 



Coach Don Skakle's tennis team is again looking forward to an 
excellent season. The only way this team could improve on last 
year's 19-1 record is to go undefeated, and from the manner in 
which the 1968 team has started (6-0). an undefeated season is not 
just a pipe dream. The only loss last year was to nationally- 
ranked Miami and this year the squad has already defeated Ten- 
nessee (6-3) and Northwestern (6-3); both powerful, top-rated 
teams. 

This year's schedule is not an easy one because of the rough 
ACC competition expected from Maryland, South Carolina, arid 
Clemson. Coach Skakle, however believes that demanding sche- 
dules develop good teams, and from the squad's past record (8 
ACC championships in the last 9 years), it would seem that 
Skakle has valid reason to believe in his theory. 

Coach Skakle was pleased to have this year what he calls a 
"perfectly balanced team of experienced competitors." The num- 
ber one spot will be handled by Senior Gene Hamilton. Captain 
Bob Davis will lead the team at the number two singles spot. 
Sophomore Lee Langstrough is becoming more aggressive each 
match and Bill Trott is coming along after a slow start caused by 
an ankle injury. Rounding out the singles competitors are Joe 
Dorn, Smokey Swenson, and Fred Rawlings, all top-notch com- 
petitors. 

Confidence, good player-coach relationships, and competitive 
desire have created a unity in an individual sport which Coach 
Skakle considers essential for a successful tennis team. It is a bit 
of an understatement to classify the 1968 tennis team as success- 
ful. 



Number One player Gene Hamilton executes 
hand follow through down the line. 




1968 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM - FRONT ROW: Allen Lassiler, Smokey Swenson, lee longsfrough. BACK 
ROW. Fred Rawlings, Bob Dovis, Copfain; Joe Oorn, Gene Hamilton, Donald Skakle, Head Coach. ABSENT: 
Bill Trott. 





SCORECARD 






1967 Spring Results 




UNC Opp. 


9 


Dartmouth 


0- 


9 


Williams 


0- 


6 


Williams 


3- 


7 


Northwestern 


2_ 


9 


M.I.T. 


0- 


7 


Michigan State 


2- 


8 


Michigan State 


1- 


9 


Ohio University 


0- 


9 


Toledo 


0- 


7 


Clemson 


2- 


8 


Harvard 


1- 


6 


Harvard 


3- 


9 


Maryland 


0- 


9 


Presbyterian 


0- 


6 


South Carolina 


3- 


9 


Duke 


0- 


7 


Wake Forest 


2- 


9 


N.C. State 


0- 


9 


Virginia 


0- 


-3 


Miami 


6 




Final Record: 19-1 





Pitcher Tom Buskey in action against Adelphi. 



BASEBALL 




1968 VARSITY BASCBAU TEAM - FRONT ROW. Niel Wesfer, Tom Oona/dson, Sreve Burgwin, Chorle Thomas, Bruce Boljck, Clem Medley, Harry Br/anl, Gory 
Tilley, Rick Porks. SECOND ROW- Ron lemmonds, Robert Rhodes, Johnny Rudisill, Mork Kenney, John Richords, Skip Hull, Chip Stone, Tom Buskey. THIRD ROW: 
Dovid Lemmonds, John Everett, Sy Sinenoiy, Bill Eslei, Charlie Carr, John Voncey, George McRoe, Barry Drill, Waller Robb, Heod Cooch, Billy tovingood, Aa't. 
Coach. 




)^mf^ 










Coach Walter Rabb expects the 1968 Car- 
olina Baseball Team to be a contender for 
the conference pennant, despite the loss of 
top pitchers Gary Hill and Mike Flanagan to 
the pros, and All-American Danny Talbott 
to graduation. The team was off to a good 
start at press time, with wins over Kent 
State (7-6), Cornell (4-0), and Yale (10-0). 
Rabb feels that even though the team's hit- 
ting is developing a little slowly, this prob- 
lem will be overcome by more game experi- 
ence as the season progresses. The second- 
place finish in the A.C.C. last year has not 
dampened the team's confidence. 

The 1968 team has good pitching depth 
with sophomore David Lemonds, juniors 
Tom Buskey, George McRae, and veteran 
John Yancey filling the void left by Hill and 
Flanagan. The batting department will be 
led by veterans centerfielder Charlie Carr, 
(1966 ACC Batting Champion), catcher Skip 
Hull, and leftfielder Ronnie Lemonds. 

Experienced infielders Charlie Thomas 
(second base), Bruce Bolick (shortstop), and 
Bill Estes (first base) will make it difficult 
for the opposition to sneak many grounders 
through as hits. Veterans Carr and Lemonds 
will make the outfield a danger zone for op- 
posing batters. 

With the team's pitching depth, experi- 
ence, and developing batting power, there 
is a good chance that Coach Rabb's predic- 
tion will become a reality. 






SCORECARD 




1967 Spring Results 




UNC 


Opp. 


1 


Rhode Island 


0- 


- 4 


Ga. Southern 


5 


4 


Florida 


2- 


4 


Wake Forest 


3- 


12 


Wake Forest 


8- 


- 1 


Florida State 


5 


3 


Florida State 


1- 


- 1 


Florida State 


2 


13 


N.C. State 


0- 


3 


Delaware 


1- 


7 


Brown 


1- 


- 1 


Clemson 


6 


- 4 


South Carolina 


5 


- 1 


Duke 


3 


7 


Virginia 


1- 


_ 2 


Maryland 


6 


3 


South Carolina 


0- 


9 


Ga. Southern 


1- 


9 


Wake Forest 


2— 


11 


East Carolina 


0- 


3 


Duke 


1- 


1 


N.C. State 


0- 


2 


Virginia 


1- 


9 


Maryland 


1- 


- 


Clemson 


2 


4 


Virginia Tech 


0- 


3 


Virginia Tech 
WaKe Forest 


2- 


4 


4 




Final Record: 19-8-1 



Baseball Coach Waller Rabb 



fch by first baseman Bill Estes puts a Virginia batter ovt. 




Athletics 263 




LACROSSE 



Jeff Perry ( 1 4} and John McCorkle (55; i 
boclc fo refrieve fhe /oose ball. 

Jeff Perry (14) leads a fast break downfield against Ohio State, followed by cap- 
tain Pete Grauer. 




From last season's devastating record (0-7-1), it 
would seem that Lacrosse Coach Jim Bischoff 
would learn that scheduling top ten teams will not 
help one's won-lost record. Coach Bischoff s theo- 
ry, however, is that to build a strong team you must 
play a demanding schedule. And from the way the 
team has started off, it seems that the 1968 stick- 
men will defy all laws of probability. 

Beginning its fifth year as a varsity sport, the la- 
crosse team defeated Aldelphi (9-4), which won its 
division title last year, and Ohio State (9-7), which 
is coached by Connie Steele, former UNC lacrosse 
coach. The only loss at this writing has been to 
Yale (7-3), a strong Ivy League team. Based on the 
team's performance so far. Coach Bischoff has 
good reason to be "cautiously optimistic" about 
1968. 

This optimistic outlook of both Bischoff and As- 
sistant Coach Jeff Parker is based mainly on the 
pleasing performance of this season's team mem- 
bers. The addition of experienced sophomores has 
added good depth to the team, and their presence 
will aid the junior and senior members. 

Credit for strong leadership must go to senior 
co-captains Bill Bicksler and Pete Grauer, both 
midfielders. Also, senior Larry Roadman has great- 
ly improved and w'ill be a constant threat at mid- 
field. The junior members provide the core of the 
squad with attackman John Callan, midfielders 
Geoff Perry and Temple Grassf, and defense men 
John Gussenhoven and John MacCorkle. Sopho- 
more attackmen Harry Peterson and Pete Aiken, 
midfielder Ken Walden and goalies Pete Cramer 
and Bob Wood add important depth to the team. 
Hopefully the year 1968 will be looked upon as a 
turning point in the history of lacrosse at Carolina. 



1 968 VARSITY LACROSSE TEAM - FRONT ROW. Steve Fuller, Pete Brand, John Callan, Pete Grauer, Bill Bicksler, Geoff Perry, Colin Butler, Rick Spon- 
gier, Steve Lockwood. SECOND ROW. Tom Ragsdale, Dean Farmer, Tom Scheft, Larry Roadman, Ray Seipp, Temple Gross/, John Gussenhoven, Sernie 
Pofton, Pete Cramer, Pete Aitken, John Hamachek. THIRD ROW: John MacCorkle, Ken Walden, John McNaughton, Harper Peterson, Tom Kates, Chris 
Riersted, Bob Wood, Andy Schorr, Art Tucker, Percy Ransom, Ernie Freeman, Duke Kerman, John Foley. 






J^i^ 



A starling clear led by John Gussenhoven f !9) and Temple Grass! f29). Goalie Pele Cramer (31) watches. 
John Col/on (27) protects the ball against on Adelphi defender. 




! Cooch Jim Bischoff (right) ond Assist- 
ant Coach Jeff Parker survey ttie action from 
the sidelines. 






SCORECARD 






1967 Spring Results 




UNC 




Opp. 


- 7 


Washington College 


18 


- 4 


Farleigh Dickinson 


11 


10 


Villanova 


10 


- 8 


Washington and Lee 


11 


- 6 


Virginia 


11 


- 3 


Maryland 


21 


- 6 


Towson 


13 


- 6 


Duke 

Final Record: 0-7-1 


12 



Captain Bill Bicksler (75) fights for 
possession of loose batt as Larry 
Roadman (47) looks on. 



-4r*SK*-* 



INTRAMURALS 



INTRAMURAL 



Organized under the Department of Physical 
Education, and directed by Mr. Ronald Hyatt, the 
intramural sports program at Carolina is recog- 
nized as the largest in the South. An excellent op- 
portunity is offered for the participation in virtual- 
ly all types of competition and recreational activi- 
ties, and also for the development of athletic skills 
that may be used for physical fitness during and 
after college. The program encourages spirited 
competition among residence halls and fraterni- 
ties, but does not require any particular ability in 
order to participate. 

Assisting Mr. Hyatt in organizing the program 
are several undergraduates: Andy Arnold is the 
Supervisor of Residence Hall Managers; and Andy 
Denny is Supervisor of Officials; Steve Bland is his 
assistant. Their duties include organizing leagues 
for play and scheduling contests, directing the ef- 
forts of the paid residence hall managers, and coor- 
dinating the system of salaried officials. Each stu- 
dent assistant is in genera! responsible for facilitat- 
ing a sound, well organized program. 

All activities are centered around three divi- 
sions: Residence Halls, Fraternities, and Gradu- 
ates. Each organization that participates in in- 
tramurals has a representative or manager that di- 
rects its athletic program of competitive teams and 
represents the organization at meetings of the In- 
tramural Council. The Council meets monthly 
throughout the year for considering intramural 
business affecting the program, and establishes 
standing committees to direct this program. Bill 
Trott served as president of the Council, and it was 
through his efforts that an evaluation of Carolina's 
facilities in comparison to those of other leading 
universities was accomplished. In another project 
to evaluate the present program and consequently 
make it more adaptable to the student in a growing 
university, the Council aided in distributing ques- 
tionnaires to students in order to observe their 
opinion of the present program. 

Throughout the year the point system competi- 
tion receives the most interest. Points are awarded 
to organizations according to their standing in vari- 
ous competitive sports such as tag football, volley- 
ball, track, horseshoes, wrestling, handball, bas- 
ketball, badminton, table tennis, softball, and ten- 
nis. In addition to these are many non-p(jint sys- 
tem, special events which are directed through the 
Intramural office. Among these are a co- 
educational sports night and two university sports 
days: one involving the four schools in the Consol- 
idated University System and the other involving 
teams from Duke, Wake Forest, and N,C, State. 

The University can be very proud of the out- 
standing program at Carolina, and students can be 
assured that it ranks as one of the best in the 
country. 



Tag Football — 
Horseshoes — 
Track — 
Volleyball - 
Wrestling — 
Basketball - 
Handball - 
Table Tennis — 



Residence Hall 
Ruffin 
Craige B 
Carr 

Ehringhaus A 
Ehringhaus A 
Ehringhaus A 
Ehringhaus A 
Graham 



Fraternity Blue 
Phi Delta Theta 
Beta Theta Pi 
Phi Delta Theta 
Chi Psi 
Beta Theta Pi 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 




CHAMPIONSHIPS 



Fraternity White 

Sigma Nu 

Pi Lambda Phi 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 



Graduate 
Law School 
Medical Schoo 
Medical Schoo 
Business School 
Business Schoo 
Dental School 
Physical Education 
Business Schoo 





ALL-CAMPUS TAG FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS - PHI DELTA THETA - FRONT ROW: Slewarl Wilson, Buddy 
Webster, Frank Bryant, Murray Pool, Bunky Henderson. SECOND ROW: Bob Culp, Bill Teague, Juno 
tiey. THIRD ROW: Tom Porrish, Harold Pollard, Charles Lynch, Bill Trolt, Glenn Foy. 



RESIDENCE HALL POINT STANDINGS - 
March 25, 1968 

Ehringhaus A 783.0 

Stacy 770.0 

James A 652.3 

Everett 637.4 

Morrison D 596.9 

Ruffin 566.8 

Graham 565.8 

Mangum 532.1 

Morrison G 522.1 

Aycock 517.1 



Athletics 267 



FRATERNITY POINT STANDINGS - 
March 18, 1968 

Blue Division 

1 Delta Kappa Epsilon 802.1 

2 Phi Delta Theta 757.7 

3 Chi Psi 657.6 

4 Beta Theta Pi 651.5 

5 Delta Upsilon 647.5 

6 Phi Kappa Sigma 642.2 

7 Zeta Psi 579.2 

8 Kappa Alpha 576.3 

9 Alpha Tau Omega 562.4 

10 Tau Epsilon Phi 531.2 

White Division 

1 Delta Kappa Epsilon 626.5 

2 Chi Psi 525.1 

3 Phi Delta Theta 493.6 

4 Delta Upsilon 486.5 

5 Alpha Tau Omega 450.5 

6 Phi Kappa Sigma 446.0 

7 Beta Theta Pi 439.6 

8 Tau Epsilon Phi 424.9 

9 Pi Kappa Alpha 421.0 

10 Phi Gamma Delta 411.0 




FRATERNITY BiUC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS - DELTA KAPPA EPSILON - FRONT ROW: 
John Egbert, t. £. Sawyer, Tommy Rhodes. SECOND ROW: Kennefh Royale, Dickson 
Gribbie, Bill Adams. 



RESIDENCE HALL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS - EHRINCHAUS "A" - Milce Simpson, Dick 
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SORORITIES 

For the University of North Carolina coed living 
in a sorority house, life is a mixture of sisterly love, 
female cattiness, mixers, candlelight dinners, be- 
nign house mothers, phony sign-out slips, and in- 
terpersonal traumas. In other words, comfort and 
anguish are at the sorority woman's behest. 

The exciting prospect of all women living in 
apartments will still not mean the death of sorori- 
ties. For most Carolina women their sorority will 
continue to fulfill the need for some sort of "in loco 
parentis" security blanket. 

For now, sororities serve two basic functions. 
Their members take an active interest in virtually 
every council, committee and organization on this 
campus. Their cheerful smiles and do or die com- 
mitments to the sorority and the groups they serve 
are a wonder to behold. Sorority life is also ration- 
alized and defended because it gets the girls out of 
the dorm and alleviates the admmistration's crying 
need for more female "Lebensraum." 

In the future, sororities will necessarily have to 
expand and grow to make more room for the rap- 
idly increasing number of girls who feel the sorori- 
ty provides for their needs and wants — for them, 
the perfect blend of the frivolous, social, intellectu- 
al, and moral aspects of life. 





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• Cooper, Marcia, '69 |asper. Ala 
Huff. Sheri, '68: Glenhill, La. 
Ketner. Emily. "69: Raleigh 



• Kulzke, Ruth. '6S: Toledo. Ohk 



• Rogers. Sharron. "69: Greensborc 



Vaughn. Dee. '68: Greensboi 



Lewisburg, W Va 




Supper meeting at a Stray Greek's home m Chapel Hill 



STRAY GREEKS 

The transfer student whose sorority is not repre- 
sented on this campus soon discovers (or is discov- 
ered by) the Stray Greek Organization. Early in the 
fall, she is presented with a green ribbon, a symbol 
of her status in a new kind of sisterhood. During 
rush, the Stray Greeks serve as an impartial Mason 
between the sorority and the rushee. Stray Greeks 
further participate in rush by advising rushees and 
assisting with the Panhellenic reception. 

After rush. Stray Greeks meet weekly for 
Wednesday night suppers. Contact with sorority 
life is maintained by participation in Pan Hel cul- 
tural programs, swap night, and service projects. 
The new Stray Greek soon discovers that although 
the organization does not replace her sorority, it 
does offer the opportunity of fostering new friend- 
ships and creating new bonds of sisterhood. 



FRONT ROW: Chris Undergo 
Ruth Kufzlce, President, Shore 



I, Ann Peacock, lynn Wagner, Panhellenic Representative; Diane Jordan, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Rogers, Dee Voughon, Secretory, Jani MocGuire, Marcia Cooper, Sherrie HuH, Vice-President. 




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Come mv sisters, and you shall hear 
Of Beta Upsilon's twenty-eighth year. 
On the second of Septemoer we did arrive 
Thirty-two strong plus transfers five. 

We practiced, we rushed, we pledged 

thirty-three 
Of the greatest girls found at U.N.C. 
Then, Schultz up and left our waiter to wed. 
And the rest of us off to mixers sped. 

Homecoming came and Homecoming 

went. 
And to the Court Sheri was sent. 
To the Phi Delt beer chug Gibbon led our 

band. 
Then, Groat got a ring for her left hand. 

In November at the Derby of Sigma Chi 
Harriss dealt a low blow with a pie. 
While nineteen Poo's a VW did load. 
By a Chi dressed as Venus O'Neal was 
snowed? 

Six o'clock on the morn that Duke weekend 

began 
Found the Poo's at the Lodge, screwdrivers 

in hand. 
On the float worked the Beta's along with 

the Pi's 
Their valiant efforts directed by Wise. 

Before Thanksgiving, Valkyries came 

round 
And tapped two more sisters. Barber and 

Brown. 
Vacation brought Spiller and Gaddy both a 

rock 
The latter was expected — the former a 

shock. 

While most studied for mid-terms ortyped 

away 
Shell, 'Thompson and |anis played bridge 



ALPHA DELTA PI 

Beta Upsilon Chapter 
1939 



Karen (ribbon 
Su.s.in Uarber . 
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night and day. 
And whenever a fourth they would 

demand, 
Raymond, Wall, or Kathleen there for a 

hand. 

From Florida to Mass. homeward we fled 
And in Greenville, S.C. Graham was wed. 
Back from the Holidays, their diamonds to 

show 
Came Meritt, McLamb, Warner and Poe. 

Spring semester we welcomed Crowell 

bacK 
While interest again revived in the Shack 
Mebane and North moved to an apartment 

near. 
As everyone waited for Maxine to appear. 

February came and Pledge Weekend 

arrived 
Despite Potter's efforts the Ranch House 

survived. 
Those two nights were fantastically great 
Though everyone wonders where Root got 

her date. 

After the passing of this yearly formal 
Things settled down again to normal. 
" ]. kept telling her shady jokes 
bile Lulu chugged five daily cokes. 

A loverbug had Griffith's heart in a spin. 
(Hey, Ullmann, sweetie, Where's vour pin?) 
White tried to dump a hopeful 'Mr. Right 
With "I'll not date you Thursday or any 
other night." 

As summer approached we bade each 

^ood-bye 
Ne re to forget Alpha Delta Pi. 
So now, younger sisters, our tale is through 
Our twenty-ninth year we leave up to you. 



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• Babcock. Ann V,, BH: Chdrlolli- 
Baldwin. Belty i.. '70: Seagrove 
Barber. Gail F.. 70: Winslon-Salem 
Barber. Susan L.. 68 WinslonSalt 
Barnes. Kalhryn T.. m Elm Cily 
Barron. M. Susan, '68: Chapel Hill 
Brooksliire, Beverly H.. '69: Charlo 



# Brown. Candice H,. '70: High Polnl 
Buchanan, Helen M-, '69: Raleigh 
Capplcman. Mary M.. '69: WInli-r ( 
Cherry. Kathryn F. '70: Newland 
Crorm. Aldilh E.. '69: Raleigh 
Crowell. Molly H.. '68: Albemarle 
t:urrie, Margarel L,. '69: Carthage 



• Daughlridge. Mildred M,. '69: Washingli 
Dorsey. Sarah L . '69 Raleigh 
Edenfield, Virginia A . '70: Aiken, S C 
Farmer. Nancy I , '70 Norwood 
Findeisen. lams M,. '68. Coral Gables. F 
Gibbon, Karen E,. '69. Bronxville. NY 
Green. Barbara L. '70: Greensboro 



• Griffilh. Sharon S,. "69: Allania, Ca. 
Groat. Elizabeth j., '68: Greensboro 
Hand. S, Kathleen. '69: Laurinhurg 
Harriss. Diana B.. '68: Wilson 
Hurst. Christine. "69: Robersnnville 
Hutton. Corrie 1. . '70: Greensboro 
Kee. Linda C. '69: Charliitle 












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• Lafferty, Kathleen B., '70: ConL.jrd 
Lunsford, jean R.. '70- Severna Park. Md. 
McLamb. Kalhryn B , '68: Benson 
Mebane. Pauline E., "68: Wilmington 
Moffetl. Alice L . '69: Tampa. Fla. 
Nieuwenhuis. Ellie W.. '69: Mount Airy 
Noggie. lean. -69: Raleigh 

North. Florence E,. 68: Greensboro 

• O'Neal, fudy. '68: Durham 

Phillips, Emmie ].. "69: Hardeeville. S.C, 
Poe. Gail S.. '69; Chapel Hill 
Potter. Frances D . "68: Beaufort 
Ratchford. Bonnie K., '70: Gastonia 
Raymond. Janice, '69: White Plains. N.Y- 
Rool. Virginia N.. '68 Tampa. Fla. 
Spiller, Susan M,, "68 Chapel Hill 

• Slanton. Diana L, "69: New Bern 

Thiimley. |ulia E,. '70: Orlando, Fla. 
Thompson, Elizabcrh G , 68: Akron. Ohio 

Tro)an, Thereas M-, '70 Chapel Hill 
Troller. Belly A , "70: Wake Forest 
Ullmann, Paula E. '68 Alexandria, Va, 
WjII, Anila C '68 Albi-marle 
Watkins. Stacy P, '69. Emporia. Va. 



• While, Betly J.. "68: Burlington 
While Ruth D., '69: Enfield. NC 
Wise. Elisabeth, '68: Rock Hill, S.C. 



, Nancy. 69 Chapel Hill 







• Anderson, Virginia G, 69 Raleigh 
Arbuckle. Corinne H . 69 Charlolle 
Ayers, Mary C. 70 Gainesville. Fla 
Ball. Rebekah L. 70 Chapel Hill 
Barren. Barbara E . 69 Short Hills. Nj, 
Bell, ludilh L. M AUanla. Ca. 

Bond. Tacie ],. 69; Louisville. Ky 
Boswell. R Lindsey H.. 70: Cincinnali. C 

• Bowers. Roslyn A.. b9: lackson 
Briner. Frances K.. TO. Madison. Tenn 
Bunvell. Margaret E-. '68 Henderson 
Calhoun. Elizabeth C. 68: Augusta. Ca 
Cherry. Pamela K.. 69: Chapel Hill 
Cooke. Carroll E . '69: Asheville 
Daughlndge. Susan B.. 68: Scotland Nrc 
Denl. lulic A.. 68: Charlottesville. Va 

• Divine. Mary I , 70 Winston-Salem 
Oye. Anne E.. '68: Chapel Hill 
Frosl. lackie D-. m Charlotte 
Goodman. Dorothy G . '69 Salisbury 

niton. Sarah L.. 68: Pans. Ky 



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• Hight. Ruth C. '68 Henderson 
Hill. Rosemary. 69 Charlotte 
lordan. Sally R-. 69: Durham 
Keen. Eleanor L-. 68: Havertord. Pa. 
Keleher. Megan M . "68: Asheville 
Kerr. Elizabeth H . 69: Clinton 
Ketlerbaugh. Theodora S . "68 New Can 



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CHI OMEGA 

Epsilon Beta Chapter 
1923 



Kdith Wright President 

Laurie WiUiams Vice President 

Megan Keleher Secretary 

Kalesy Pelgrift - _ Treasurer 



Chi O's '68 in Kenan Stadium. 
Where will we be next year? 

Edie ran the House by remote 
control from PARK AVENUE 
and E.C.U. sent us a teeny- 
bopper to "keep the ball rolling." 
Persephone smiled and sent us 
thirty-five neophytes to join in 
hayrides, five A.M. breakfasts 
and the psychedelic world of 
The Lodge. 

■•Out, Out, brief Candle . . .!" 

"For Whom the Bell Tolls" 
racked the curious minds at the 
Chi O bag on many a candlelit 
night. The left wing was housed 
on the back porch to conduct its 
periodic seminars concerning 
the glories of womanhood while 
the screens on the fore section of 
the house evinced an amazing 
ability to disappear. 

"Georgia Bell" stayed in to 
play social secretary to the 
"Dateless Wonder" while "Pear- 
shape" eked out her existence in 
the phone booth. Anne finally 



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learned how to say frog and still 
didn't die. The menagerie grew 
after we were the proud recipi- 
ents of two saintly felines. 

Pearl Mesta, the Hooter 
Queen, fell short on her soirees 
but still shined at pre-dawn fes- 
tivities while Pete honored the 
"Tempo Team," citing the "per- 
petuation of qualities we 
thought were lost." Prouty raid- 
ed the kitchen once too often 
and almost didn't squeeze into 
the sleeping bag while Francoise 
had calluses from running up 
her Shack fab. 

Road trips agrounded as Dulin 
searched for her satchels at three 
A.M. to fly to Haight-Ashbury 
while Laurie greeted Saint Nick 
in London and Megan sunned in 
the West Indies. 

Nor and Simple moved on to 
set up an off-campus outpost 
while the rest just dreamed of 
following. 




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Mjckie. 


Susan I, 


69 Houston. Tex 


Marlin. 


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a A , '69 Springfield, Va 


McCreg 


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Muilenb 


urg. jo A 


'69; Arlington. Va. 


Murphy 


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Norflee 


Dorothy 


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'69 Washington, D,C, 

, '68 West Hartford, G 

69 High Point 
1 Holdcn, Mass 


Reid. Sa 


ndra A , '68, Elizabeth City 


Rounlre 


. Erdene 


:. '70: Raleigh 


Russell. 


Sarah E . 


69: Memphis, Tenn. 


• Scholz. Manila L 


'70 Baltimore, Md. 


Shuford 


Canev C 


'69 Ashpville 


Simons, 


Suzanne. 


68 Cranford. N.j, 


Simpson 


Emily C 


, '69: Asheville 


Speed. [^argarel C 


, m Louisville. Ky, 


Stevens. 


Margarel 


'69 Shiloh 


Swann. 


.inda E,. 


69: Springfield, Tenn. 


Taylor. 


oannc. 70: Ashi'ville 


• Trageset 


Marv L , 


1,11 Chapi.l Hill 


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While, L 


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Ager, Loyer L. '69. Birmingham. Al. 
Atkinson. Charlotte R, 68 Raleigh 
Borden. Sally N.. '66: Goldsboro 
Bullard, Cynthia R. 'es. Greensborc 
Bush. Florence N.. "69: New Orlean; 
Carr. Ihrie P.. 68: Durham 
Conrad. Barbara H.. "69: 



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I Cook. Sally D,. "69: Kenmore. N Y 
Cottingham. Caroline B.. '68: Durham 
Cowan, lane S.. "70: lacksonville, Fla 
Grumpier. Rebecca A-. 70: Clinlon 
Daniels. Marguerite D.. "69: Richmond. Va- 
Dayvault. Frances A,. "68: Lenoir 
Dean, ludilh A,. 68: Winston-Salem 



• Derrick. Sharon E.. "68; |acksonvill< 
Evins. Mary |.. "68: Oxford 
Fearnside. Sarah A., '68: Anniston. 
Fleming. Jane C. "70: Chapel Hill 
Fonvielle. Laura C. "68: Wilmingto 
Forester. Betty A,. '68; Winston-Sal 
French. Sallie B.. '68: Greensboro 



\ Froeber. fudith A., "70: WinstonSalei 
Gibson. Barbara L. "69; Raleigh 
Giddens. Kay. '69: Mobile, Ala 
Gribble. Belsy. '70: Raleigh 
Hall. Lloyd A. 68 Raleigh 
Hough. Sara C "68 Charlotte 
Howard, |ulia B . "68 Savannah. Ca, 





DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Alpha Sigma Chapter 
1943 



Anitd Wilkinson President 

Mary Ellis Pledge Trainer 

Candy Cart Vice-President 

Caroline Ciittingham Secretary 
Holly Wuoten Treasurer 



There is a conglomeration - 
Of sisters tho' not by relation - 
And therein such variety lies, 
That one could easily 

surmise, 
How forty-one Tri Delta's 

united. 
After rush remain excited! 
Back in the shelter, such action 

abounds, 
That the sisters are "breathing." 

what healthy sounds! 
While the IBT's are growing, in 

members only. 
The Beanbirds keep chirping, 

and the war wives seem 

lonely. 
Wc Delta's three even fashioned 

a zoo — 
There's a Camel, a Lizard, and 

those darn puppies, too! 
And our Whitehead Annex even 

shelters a "Tree" 
Noxzema girls, and a Phi Delt 

sweetie. 
Yet theaimof all Delta's is a true 

education. 



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The "Lenoir High Shake It" is 

only a foundation. 
And "Dream Girl of the Week" 

provides laughter all the 
while 
As she teaches Tri-Delta's 

the beauty of a smile! 
In Tri Delta, however, there 
resides 

Cheerleaders, queens, 

and even two brides. 
Who put forth effort from 

September til May, 
Winning many honors in that Tri 

Delta way. 
And there's something there 

binding each DDD girl 
Which is hard to explain in the 

day to day whirl. 
But it's there, and they have it, 

all the year round, 
For they by three bonds and 

three symbols are bound. 
It's this friendship set forth in 

unique combination 
That reveals Delta sisters in 

sublime conglomeration. 



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What is a Theta sister? She is a 
person with whom I dare to be 
myself. She seems to ask of me 
nothing, only to be what I am. 
She does not want me to be bet- 
ter or worse — I do not have to be 
on my guard. I can say what I 
think as long as it is genuinely 
me. 

She understands those condi- 
tions in my nature which lead 
others to misjudge me. With her 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

Delta Xi Chapter 
1966 

Ann AuBuchon President 

Chris Schumacher Vice President 

Dabby Bishop Vice President 

Gail Braun Rec. Sec. 

Harriet Funk Corr. Sec. 

Betsy Earnhardt Treasurer 



I can breathe freely. I can air my 
little mannerisms and absurdi- 
ties, and in opening them up to 
her they are lost — dissolved by 
the depth of her Theta love and 
loyalty. 

She understands, I can weep 
with her, laugh with her, pray 
with her. Through it all, she sees, 
knows and loves me. A Theta 
sister is one with whom I dare to 
be myself. 



All.ird, El.'jnijr S, 70 Nashulle, Tcnn 
Anihuny. Annr M . ■(SB Asllcv.llp 
AuBuction, Hazel A.. '68. Hicl^ory 
Bmkman. Helen P . '68 Melvin Village. N H 
Bishop. Dorllha A . •69: Ptincelon. N.| 



Blair, lean M. 69 Winslon-Salem 
Booher. Calhenne D . 69 Columlms, Oh., 
Boicp. Beverly C . '68: Chevy Chase, Md 
Bolm, Palnr-ia M, '66 Timonium, MJ 
Braiiv. Marv E , '68 Charleslon, S C 



• Braun. Call P. '68: Chapel Hill 
Broughton. Dana L,. '70: Durham 
Caslle, Rubin M., 70 .Seallle, Wash 
Casw.ill. K.ilhrvn A. 69 Cleveland, I 



• Crawford, Mary E., '69: Ashevdlr 
Davis. Pamela N,, '69: Chapel Hill 
Drake. Carol B.. '69; Greensboro 
EarnhardI, Elizabeth T, '68: Weslbrook, M,' 
Edmunds, Mary F, '69 Creensbom 




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• Funk, Harriet C, 88 Wilminglon, 


Del 


Gilhens, ianel E,, 70- Durham 




Hawkins. Pamela L . '69: Charloire 




Hicks, Phyllis G , 70: Pikeville 




Howell, Freda E,. 'eg' Gibson 




Humphrey, Lloydelle, '69 Becklev 


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lennings, Mary L-, '89 Durham 




Lalham, Sarah M . '70: Washinglon 




Marland, Mary A , 'BB; Cmcinnali. 


Ohio 


Mason. Frances W . '68; Raleigh 




McDonough. Trudy A-. *89' McLea 


a. Va 


Moore. |udilh A. '69 .sl, Lean, Va 




• Mori. Kara E. '88 |acksonville, Fl 




Newsome. |ulia A., 'BB: Charlolle 




Ogburn. Mar]orie K,. 'BS' Chdpel l- 


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Perdue, Josephine H-, *88 BurlingI 


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Relson, Mary W,, '89 Nashville, T 


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Robinson, Ellen C. '69 Hunlsville 


Ala 


• Sink, Kalhrvn 11, '(S9 Winslon-Sjle 




.SIricker. Lynne M . '68 Brevard 




Whilmire, R Tern, '68 Casloma 




Wiikins, Barbara A,. '68: Greensho 





Wyrick. Mary M,. '68: Greensboro 





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# Ui-ll, N.ilHlie 11. M . 68; Huld.m. Mass 
Brinltm, Daryl E. 69 Limnir 
Caldu'fll. Sallv L , ba Lumherlon 
Carr. Sara |., 09: IliRh Poinl 
C;r.iti;s. MEirlha E . 'QS' Charlotlp 
Ci.nvlurd, Sarah C 69: Erwin 
Fl I. Man(.y H.. HS; Elizabclh Cily 



IT, kalhrTinir M., 'Ofl; SI. Pt!l[?rshiirf 
P.illi?y K.. 71): B(!cklc!y, WosI Va, 
•s. Canilai..-, M U'csburs. Fla. 
Howell, Diannc L. 69: Washmslon 
si.ri. Ami C 'G8: Crrcnslmm 



Kini!. Mary |.. I* Riviilsvillr 
Krumii, |wdy V... ea Charlull 
l.jiiilii'lli. Elizalii-lh B.. liH: R, 
Lashley. Ann R , 'liS: (;rrcn.sl: 





KAPPA DELTA 

Beta Chi Chapter 
* 1951 

Marlhii Crale;. President 

Marilyn Schmidt Vici'-President 

Mary ]. King :jii^ Secretary 

|an Egger Treasurer 



Beta Chi Chapter abounds in 
group spirit and individuality in 
our house, in campus affairs, in 
service projects, and in social af- 
fairs. In short, anywhere there is 
action, there is a KD! An interna- 
tional dinner, educational visits 
from our professors, a Christmas 
reading by Dr. Edge, and a 
wonderful housemother, Mrs. 
Lynch, have highlighted our year 
as Kappa Deltas. On the lighter 
side, Martha's rah-rah boots, Me- 
lissa's N.E.S.T.L.E.S., the Black 
Rose, S.O.C.I.A.L., and Jamie's 
mystical palm reading have 
added bright laughter to our 
house. We are proud of our beau- 
ty queens: Kathy Gunster, Miss 
Modern Venus; Charlotte Jessup, 
a member of the Homecoming 
Court, and Carolyn Nutt, a Morri- 
son sweetheart. 

Kappa Deltas have served their 
campus well as Honor Council 
members. Y and WAA officers. 



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student government leaders, and 
members of wide-ranging com- 
mittees and organizations. This 
year some of our KD's were hon- 
ored for their general well- 
roundedness and their contribu- 
tions to the Carolina Way of Life 
by being tapped into Valkyries. 

In addition to campus activi- 
ties, the KD's this year contrib- 
uted to the Crippled Children's 
Hospital in Richmond, our na- 
tional philanthropy, by selling 
magazines. Our most rewarding 
social service projects have been 
monthly meetings and field days 
with twelve underprivileged 
children. 

This spring we honored a well- 
rounded and outstanding group 
of new initiates at our formal 
pledge weekend. We are very 
proud of these girls who will 
carry on our Kappa Delta tradi- 
tion of Tci Kala Diokemen, which, 
above all, means friendship. 




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Weicim 


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House that heats the others cold 
Kappas pour it on: 

Snap, crackle, and pop 

5 AM Breakfast of Champions. 

Only Kappas make i( happen 
That's Kappa Highlife. 

Do Kappas have more fun? 
the most from coast to coast! 



KAPPA KAPPA 
GAMMA 

Epsilon Gamma Chapter 
1958 



Susan Scripture 
Sarah (ohnson 
Kathleen Wright 
Mary HuUey 
June Bridgford 
Sunny Beam 



President 
Vice-President 
Vice-President 

Corr. Sec. 

Rec. Sec. 

Treasurer 



Out of the dull and commonplace 

events of everyday life 

Kappas come alive.' 

Kappas won't wear off as the day 

wears on, and we don't even try 

harder. 

Every man should have a Kappa 
he can call his own 

completely unique experience.' 

People just expect more of you 

when you're a Kappa, 

Straight or curly hair, naturally.' 




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1 L,, *h9. Smilhfield 
Beam. H.irricll A., ■69: Charlolle 
Brawlcy. Mary W.. 68: Stalcsville 
Bridgford. |une E.. '68: Charlolle 
Brilt. Theresa A , 68: Lumberton 
Brinvn. Carol S . 'Bg Toledo. Ohi. 



Celdei, I.I.-.,...., 11, i.i. Aiheville 
Gla.ss. Mary P . 70 boulh Uoslun, Va 
Godfrey, Eleanor A,, '69 Chapel Hill 

• Guillel, Judy G , 6B Charlolte 

Harney, Anne M , '69: Torremolinos, S(.,.ir 
Harney, [nan W,, 68: Wassenaar, Hollan.l 
Healy, jean M., 69 Raleigh 
llolison. Mariha F... 69: Allanla. Ga 
Huffman. Marsha L, 69: Charlolle 
lohnson, Sarah V , 68: Schencclady. N Y 

• Junes, lulia A 69: Asheville 

Mary... Klizabelh T, 70: Signal Mounlain, 
MoConnell, ludilh K , 69: Wcslfield. N,|. 
McDonald. Susanne. '68: Fayetleyille 
Mclver. |ndilh R . '68 Hickory 
Mr:l,aurine. Nani;y |., 70: New Orleans, U 
Miokel, Minor H . '69: Grcenyille. SC. 




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Shehlyn 


L. 68 Statesville 


de la Morandier 


e. Anne 1,. '68: Charleston. S.C 


Myers 


Martha E.. 'm. Charlotte 


Nicho 


son. Molly E,, '69: Chapel Hill 


Painc 


. Jane D. 


■69 Charlotte 


Palter 


on. Susan 


C . -69 Chapel Hill 


Proclo 


r. Penny D . 69 Winler Park. Fla 


# Ressegger. |oyce 


L. 69 Jamestown 


Rober 


son. lane 


L,. ■68: Wilmington. Dela 


Schne 


der. Eliza 


beth R. la Summit. N | 


Scolt. 


Nancy W 


■69: Greensboro 


Scnpl 


re. Susan 


|.. '68: Upper St, Clair. Pa 


Sherm 


an. Joelyn 


A,. ^69: Norfolk. Va, 


Sloan 


Virginia 


0.. 68: Chapel Hill 


• Smith 


Carol A 


'68: Charlotte 


Stokes 


Stephan 


e A.. '70 Atlanta. Ga 


Suk. 1 


lie F. 69 


Charlotte 


Tice, Kathryn M 


.. 68 Columbus. Ohio 


Webb 


Virginia 


A.. 69 Bclhesda. Md 


Wiliia 


ms. Karen 


L.. 69: Silver Spring. Md, 


Wilso 


. Eleanor 


K. '69 McLean. Va 


• ' Wood 


. Elinor F 


. ■ee Wenlimrlh 


Wood 


. Suzann 


. ■eg Chart 


iVootI 


3n. Linda 


L . ■ee Builmglon 


Wngh 


. Kathlee 


L. 68 Washington. DC, 


Young 


Barbara 


L. "69: Bethesda. Md 


Young 


Zan. '66 


Charlotte 



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Atlhur. Cynvia C '69: Salisbury 
Austin. Tyne H,, "68: Concord 
Blayney. Carolyn A,. 69 Charlolle 
Brewer. Evelyn V . 69 Oxford 
Burke. Claire A. 69 Southern Pirn 



• Campbell. Alexandra E. 68 WinstonSalei 
Clement. Caroline W . 66 Salisbury 



Culbreth. Susan G,. 68: Ch 
□ avisnn. loan. 69 Ashevill 
Durham, Mary W,. 70: Moi 
Ennis. Helen L. 68: Bensoi 



• Faucelte, Belly E, 69 Durham 
Gibbs, Betty | , 69 High Point 
Han. Carol 1 , 68 Charlotte 
Hollander, Patricia A-, 69 Richm< 
Hood. Nancy L. 89 Boonville 
Hooper, Elizabeth A , 69 Morgan! 



• Hornaday. ludilh A. 68 Fayelleville 
lones. Natalie. 68 Greenville 
Kennedy. Beverly A.. '68 Richmond. Va 
Kirkland. Evelyn S. '69 Loudon. Tenn 
Lane. Mary E.. '68 Chapel Hill 
Louder. Shelia L. 69: Albemarle 



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PHI MU 

Gamma Lambda Chapter 
1964 



Lynn Odom 
Carol Hart 
Claudia Polk 
Bclh Hooper 
Betsy Watkins 



President 
Vice President 
Rec. Sec. 
Corr. Sec. 
Treasurer 



OM 




After a summer of fun and 
frolic, both in Europe and in the 
United States, Phi Mu sisters re- 
turned to Chapel Hill for rush 
workshop and hard times. Dur- 
ing the first few weeks of school, 
a dozen mature Picassos were at 
work between Showboat re- 
hearsals (do-da, do-da). A mem- 
orable comment during this time 
was "But 1 had such an inter- 
esting conversation with her!" 
During homecoming the turtle, 
put down by Maryland, was 
hung up again by the Sig Eps. 
Bertha was returned after the 
pledges fried like eggs. Susan, 
Beth and Betty were always up 
for a fourth while Helen looked 
for a match. Kelly bagged at 
11:30, upsetting Wiggles, who 
had an 8 A.M. rack class. 

Carolina remained queen of 
the chapter room even during 
those midnight talks at the stairs. 



• McDamel. Lynda D-, '69: Ashev 
McHaney, Carol A . 70: Durha 
McPhail. Mariha E.. '68: Castor 



Judy was initiated into Blackus 
Bugus while Carol Ann constan- 
tly painted the house white. The 
sisters and pledges "cooked" 
Dook even though there was a 
"failure to communicate." When 
fuses blew, tops did too. As St. 
Louis woman pecked the keys, 
Martha hawked the tube. Christ- 
mas brought a partridge and a 
pear tree. Bev collected dates 
like Fan collected late minutes. 
Although there were diets ga- 
lore, kitchen breaks were taken 
anyway. Hornaday returned as 
Odom left and Mary Ellen won 
the coveted Good Housekeeping 
trophy. 

Second semester brought at its 
end the long-sought for goals of 
graduation, marriage, and the 
opportunity to face the fearful 
unknown world outside college 
— and the memories of good 
times shared by Phi Mu sisters. 



ville 



# Mozingo, Margarel A, '68 

Odom, Sandra L, '68 Mount Olive 
Palmer, Dorothy [,. '69 Hendereon 
Polk, Claudia L, '70 Gaslonia 
Riggles, Lynn D , '68. Arlington, Va 
Saunders. Nancy |, '68 Chapel Hill 



• Schullz, Margaret R . '69 Columbia 
Senn, Peggy E , 69 Charlnlte 
Shoaf, lame M., '69: Lexington 
Taylor, Mary M , '69 Charlotte 
Thurston, Susan R., '69: Salisbury 
Toggle, Rebecca, 69: Charlotte 



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., Mary C. '69; Coral Gables. F 
. Mary S.. '68; Lumberton 
IS. Cheryl L. '68; Charlotte 
IS. ludy C. '68: Eagle Springs 



HBO 



THE A. B. C's OF PI PHI 

The senjor Pi Phis will depart m |une, 

AJl the other sislers feel its much loo soon, 

But Ihe gradu3les-lo-be are out In please. 

And HH- diligently working on their A, B. C's. 

A is for apparel, and Robbie lakes much lime. 

To select the most appropriate for a weekend divini 

B IS for bfdulician. and VVebbie ne er gets weary. 

"Holiday Magic" is her trade, supported by theory 

C refers lo Andy, and her future vocahon, 

Which will 

D IS for dit 

Bui Sally and her marriage views, will not alter any. 

E IS for Egypt, whi-rc- Ellen plans to go. 

Would you believe lo dig. and nol lo find a beau, 

F is for Fitzy. a name Susan bears. 

Her L D.s at midnight, are nol considered rare, 

C is for Greensboro, a swinging place to go, 

Theres lots lo do says Elsie, in sunshine, ram or snow. 

H IS for hair curler, it comes in very handy. 

[ane T- likes it best, on nighls with Scotch and Brandy. 

I is indecision. "Lulu" never knows what to wear. 

Or where to look for cars, when they vanish in Ihin air. 

I is for jim. lack or John. Lamjr knows Ihem all. 

Although they missed Ihe Centennial Convenlion. Chicago 

was a ball 
K stands for Kiclh. who dales a certain miss, 
Childhood romance, leaves Linda feeling bliss. 
L for "LAUNDRY!." Bonnie sings Ihis song. 
She lusl collects Ihe clothes, and puts a TAG-A-LONG 
M IS for m.ilnulntinn. which Camillr dors not fight. 



Pf BETA PHI 


N.C. Alpha Chapter 


1923 


Ldinar Sparknian Prcsidpnl 


Cheryl Arnold Vice-Presidenl 


|ane Bradv Hecrptarv 


Camille Graham Trnasiirci 



She loves lo be plagued with this, day as well as night 

N and Nat are one, on this |ane is not sour. 

She's with him from Ihe morning breakfasl. on through cli 

O is for orchestra pit, vwhich Nancy eyes with scorn. 

Carl claims it's a danger sight, and ushers he would warn 

P IS for getting pinned, with Suzie it just rates, 

But nol enough to stop her. from making other dates 

Q IS saved for Cheryl, she surely is a Quack. 

Who else would come in tight, Christmas free on their 



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S rf^fers to soap, which has many a use. 

Especially for Gini Sue, and her English abuse. 

T means trivia, a game many play well. 

Sara Margrel knows a champ, wonder if she'll tell 

U is for union, of C. P. |an is fond. 

She's pushing for a vote, to establish "ERASABLE BOND 

V. [ill's Volkswagen, a car so very light. 

Pi Phis found it on Ihe porch, in the middle of the night 

W is a workshop. Adona needs one soon. 

Boxes are piled so high, she sleeps in the TV room 

X means Xcitement, Francis has her share. 

Kalamazoo or Tim-Buck-Tu, she travels everywhere 

Y IS for yell, (his Laura needs lo do. 

When girls stay with their dates, later than curfew 

Z IS a ZOO. the home of all Pi Phis. 

Who delight in A. B. C's, that makes them all so wise' 




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711 Hi.hm.ind. Va 


Bry.,n 

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1, l)i.in.i S 


70 Halcijih 


Ciarei 


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70 R.ilriKh 


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Kirkland. Cini S,. '68: Durham 
Kirkland. Judy A,. "69 Durham 
Kirksey. Mane K.. '68: Mnrganlun 
Leach. Robbie A.. 68; Wilson 
l.esh, Cheryl D. 69 Brunw.lle. NY, 
Lumsden, Katherinp T. '69: Raleigh 
• iMarlin, Anne M., '69; Nashville. Tenn. 
pHendolson. S. F.. '69: Tallahassee. Fla. 
Miller. Olivia T,. 'eg: Birmmoham, Ala. 



Mm 



,. Mai 



? D . '69; Ale\andri 



.Va. 



Mueller. Helen L. 69: Davenpnrl. la 



Parker. Pluma A.. '69: Creensbi 
• Pierce. Mary J . 69: Wfldon 
Robcrls. lean A . 70 Raleigh 
Roberts. Martha M.. 70: Chapel 
Ross. Ellen E. '68- Burlington 



Thurl 



S.. '68: Raleigh 
Tyson. Margaret L. 69: Clinton 
Wardlaw. Charlotte D.. '70: Chapel Hit 
Wheeler. Linda L. 68: Chapel Hill 
Winder. Sarah T.. '68: Winslon-Salem 
Yelton. Adonia S,. '68: Shelby 
Young. Bonnie W.. '68 Atlanta. Ca. 



Greeks 291 



The whole subject of fraternities in the past has generally pro- 
duced apathy, anger, or complacency for anyone coming in con- 
tact with them. And yet, they have survived for so long that their 
existence can seemingly be justified by their very fact of "hang- 
ing on." 

The fraternity at the University of North Carolina today finds 
itself in a strange period of transition. Fraternities are but mildly 
threatened by the administration's espousal of a pseudo- 
residence college system. Everything points to the fact that 
fraternities are here to stay. But from within, the question of ac- 
curately defining their goals and needs is a pressing one. 

Obviously the sole emphasis on social aspects will not fulfill a 
student's search for relevancy within the fraternity. Nor will a 
"brotherhood" based on forced participation in pledge hazing or 
common geographic location. 

Instead the fraternity at UNC must strive to realize its potential 
in affairs of leadership (and not just in SG), in building of 
student-professor relations, and in the betterment of Chapel Hill 
itself. But these are all worn phrases unless fraternities actively 
produce programs which will implement these ideals. 

The December 1967 issue of Moderator magazine sets forth 
programs which have proven efficient and worthwhile on many 
campuses. Guest lecturing by professors at weekly meetings, as 
well as inviting teachers and administrators to meals at fraterni- 
ties has strengthened faculty-fraternity relations. Rushing and 
pledgeship procedures which emphasize academic and intro- 
spective exercises have been instrumental in alluring men of orig- 
inal and varying interests who would usually never consider 
fraternities. In all, there is a bevy of programs which is only limit- 
ed insofar as a fraternity's membership is unoriginal, unproduc- 
tive, and too stagnant to change set ways. From these few ideas, 
the road to take from transition to viability and strength should 
be clear. It is hoped that the fraternities will be interested enough 
in their own future to do so. 

And now, more splendiferous candids and catchy foldouts 
from the grab-bag of the Greeks. Just turn the page, happy people. 






Alpha Phi Omega 



Pi Kappa Phi 




Kappa Sigt 




Sigma Alpha Epsiton 





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Afpha Kappa Psi 



Sigma Phi Epsifon 



Zeta Beta Tau 




Kappa Alpha 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Zeta Beta Tau 



Phi Gamma Delta 




Alpha Kappa Psi 



Phi Gamma Delta 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Alpha Delta Chapter 
1881 



Rped Cunningham Worthy Master 
Dick Young Worthy Chaplain 

Leon Woodruff Worthy Usher 

|ohn Callan Worthy Scribe 

|ule Mann Worthy Keeper 



The Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha Tau 
Omega fraternity was established in 1879 
and is therefore one of the oldest fraterni- 
ties at Carolina. ATO is represented in 
forty-two states. The Carolina chapter is 
marked especially by diversification and 
spirit. 

The friendly Tau's, again as in year's 
past, established cordial relations with 
the Chi O's by providing a combo party 
during their fall rush - unfortunately 
timed ('). The MROA. Mystic Royal Order 
of the Arboholics. a group whose prere- 
quisites for membership are confession of 
unworthiness and ability to climb "the 
tree," smiled approvingly, but tears were 
shed for fallen member Eadie as he chose 
to leave the leaves and go politico. This 
joyful event was celebrated by a cigar- 
smoking DJ with a parade. Even a motor- 
cade was evidenced in the parade, with 
one police car losing its way and ending 
up in, of all places, the great hall - bad 
drivers! Locks and Head frowned disap- 
provingly as their "Jock Escalation Pro- 
gram" died on the vine with little partici- 
pation, except by old stand-bys Bill Raper 
and Johnny Turner. 

A collection of diversified individuals 
compose the ATO House. Each brother 
adds to those around him. Cecil displayed 
this talent at Whispering Pines when he 
gave a donation to the Ember's organ — a 
sloppy one. Paulsen got engrossed with 
the band to such an extent that he at- 
tempted to eat the microphone, but 
missed and split his head. The "Friendly 
Tau Safe-Driver Awards" were an- 
nounced at the packed Alumni Banquet 
by master-of-ceremonies HoUaday. They 
went to: Atkins, Bickler, Reeves, Tennille 
and Davis. Seniors Curveball, Ralpha, 
Fluffy, Bubles, Hotdog and Bugle paid 
"honeys" to wear their pins — temporari- 
ly. Turner was the only three-year man. 
Leon defied "Fred" and the ATO God- 
squad and sold religion 80 answers — after 
the quiz! Speedy picked up a surprise in 
Raleigh — a girl! Hanson acquired a fetish 
this fall for fining sign-ins at lunchtime. 
Eadie. Callan, Edmondson, and Bicksler 
all signed 2(3-year leases to reside in the 
Tau Bag. Bix gave up lacrosse to wage war 
on peanut butter and jelly antagonists, as 
W. C. Fields fans cheered wildly. Keezel 
remained a campus figure — what a guy.' 
Sparrow finally got a bid from the Chi 
House. Angel's hair was voted ""Most like- 
ly to receed."" Fauce was helped in his 
quest for dates by the list on the bulletin 
board. Good luck. Dung, you'll need it. 

Seed's own parting thought: Don't both- 
er with the small, let Quad L do it." 




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2. D. f4iirlzoH 

3. D. Holfaday 

4. L. Lfigh 

5. |. Blair 

6. L. Ctiesliire 

7. B. Ivlunday 

8. R. Edmondson 

9. K. Rusmisell 
10. W. Raper 
n. D. Reeves 

12. |. Yates 

13. C. Wannamaker 

14. B. Gratiam 

15. L. Woodruff 

16. P. Erkkinen 



17. N. Gregory 

18. K. Atkins 

19. D. Faucc 

20. S. Carlisle 

21. C. Meares 

22. H. Stringer 

23. B. Paulsen 

24. ). Moore 

25. j. Turner 

26. ]. Liebhart 

27. D. Avery 

28. C. Beasley 

29. D. lolinson 

30. C. Von Rosenber] 

31. E. Keezel 

32. A. Angel 



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35. 


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36. 


G. 


Alford 


37. 


P. 


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38. 


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Mann 


39. 


G. 


Tennille 


40. 


V. 


Denning 


41. 


B. 


Bicksler 


42. 


S. 


Hall 


43. 


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44. 


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Sewell 


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17. E. Ragland 


31. P. Porter 






2. 1. Come 


18. M. Dearslvne 


32. M. Baj< 






3. L. Harrell 


19. T. Maffitt 


33. B. Lindsay 






4. R. Merrill 


20. D. McPhanI 


34. A. Willcts 






5. C. Cunlcr 


21. S. Patterson 


35, H. Strickland 






(>. N. Dickcrson 


22. D. Perrv 


36. ). Stout 




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7. D. N(!al 


23. H. Hickey 


37. U. Kulp 




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8. 1. Boulvvarr 


24. Q. Cherry 


38. L. Langstroff 




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9. K. Brambli-tt 


25. VV. Glcason 


39. C. Younger 




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10. C. He-atun 


26. B. Mitchell 


40. F. Betts 




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27. M. Little 


41. D. Nicholson 




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28. S. McClure 


42. G. Pvle 






13. T. Cannon 


29. P. McClean 


43. R. VVinton 






14. C. Osborne 


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BETA THETA PI 

Eta Chapter 
1852 



L. Claylon Harrell President 
Scolt Patterson Vice-President 
Don McPhauI Secretary 

Chris Heaton Treasurer 

|ohn Bouhvare House Manager 



As the pedantic twentieth century 
bard, Billy Mitchell, once wrote, the 
Beta Bag, like the Phoenix, gathered it- 
self and rose from its own ashes into ex- 
istence. With all due thanks to social 
chairman Gordon, there were 9,736 
combo parties, a bacchanalian, two goat 
ropin's, a barbecue, IVi mixers, and a 
night in the can. 

Brother Choo-choo Dobson made the 
football team, then quit to ride the soc- 
cer bench. Slinky made True's Ail- 
American Warm-Op team for the third 
straight year, and figures to be a first- 
round draft choice by the U.S. Army 
come June 3. Brother Reid became 
pinned for the 23rd time, all to the same 
girl, while the 28 sophs passed out 35 la- 
valiers between them. Big John Corne 
look over Hanes Hall ("Tickets goin' for 
a buck apiece"), as Bobba New and the 
Philadelphia Phlash. Hartle. became tin- 
pot peddlers. The Big Steve award fell 
by the way the day Osborne got pinned. 

Fog Patterson tried to referee a round 
between Gordon and the Lynchburg 
Kid. but got hauled into the clink on 
charges of general blotto. Sambo, who 
again turned 39 years old, this time for 
the 44th time, burned three layers of 
paint off the living room walls with his 
number 10 fires. Jim Van Hecke was 
MORTified. but Chris Heaton got us 
back into the Tri-Delt House after a 
two-year leave of absence, thank you 
Kulp. As usual. Fireball pitched a little, 
but Uncle Bag, scholar that he is, made a 
bid for the tube-flick team captain. 
Colin. Clay, and Scully et al. brought 
home the coveted horseshoe champion- 
ship, while Messers Rags, Merrill, Oran- 
geade, Dobshouse, Os and Co. stole the 
bacon in the swim meet. Winton ate 
humble pie al the Beta House and choc- 
olate helmets in Roanoke. 

Rush resulted in the pledging of a 
small side show. The House lost its po- 
litical stronghold as Newlin and Poochy 
conducted campaigns memorable of the 
great Honor Council bid of Corne in 
1966. Raditz became Art Curator and 
Boulware took French 1 for the fifth 
time. Belts and Patterson assumed 
Grand Buffoon and Pollywog titles as 
Jabberwocks held spring rites. Moore, 
hurt for apartment space, moved into 
the kitchen (ties in the sink, clothes in 
the refrigerator). Bramblett turned hip- 
pie, but other than that, things were nor- 
mal at Beta House. 




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R. Lyles 


4. 


V. McKov 


23 


F. VanWagenen 


5. 


T. Feamstor 


24 


B. Wedge 


6. 


H. Hobson 


25 


J. Earnhardt 


7. 


B. Whitehurst 


26 


J. Gaither 


8. 


C. leffress 


27 


D. Nance 


9. 


B. Harrellson 


28 


D. Badger 


10. 


D. Davidson 


29. 


D. Hardy 


11. 


G. Cukor 


30. 


M. Shell 


12. 


D. Goodnovv 


31. 


F. McGaughey 


13. 


B. Mvrick 


32. 


D. Johnston 


14. 


R. Iohnson 


33. 


J. Roberts 


15. 


J. Morris 


34. 


M. Benton 


16. 


R. Snipes 


35. 


C. Totherovv 


17. 


|. Stout 


36, 


J. Gardner 


18. 


S. Janney 


37. 


J. MacNaughton 


19. 


B. Moans 


38. 


L. Webster 




Cool Hands Luke 



CHI PHI 




Alpha Alpha Ch 


apter 


1858 




|ohn Blackvvpldnr 


Alpha 


Bob Wedge 


Beta 


Charles [effrcss 


Gamma 


|im Gardner 


Delta 


Brian Bench 


Zrl.i 



The white Holiday Inn on the 
Hill found Greg unable to see a 
brother who did not graduate 
even though June came. Trux 
took a chair while Benny was 
engaged in a more volatile af- 
fair. Bob was too busy ringing 
his bell to notice Myro gingerly 
adjusting his pin. Ray jumped 
through an open window to fall 
into a chasm where he met 
Miles on his way back from 
South Carolina. The SS troops 
were caught with their pants 
down, but Gaper somehow 
managed to keep his up. Bill 
smoked and Jimmy steamed 
while the pledges flamed. Hugh 
spoke at length to Nick about 
the language. Lylestein beamed 
at the success of Skip and 
Steve, and Stu prudently chose 
his D.D. Fortunately, there was 
a pat answer to Dick's propos- 
al, however Fred's cousin was 
shelled at the outset. 

"Set Me Free" was balled in 
favor of "I'll turn to Stone." 
l.W.'s hurricanes proved to be 
too much even for Brian's hol- 
low wooden leg. Roberts 
swears that he didn't flush any 
quail at the Fireman's Hut, but 
we know who is the real cham- 
pion in this line. Fulton uses 
Slickum on his kinks, and 
Wedge gets a case of severe my- 
opia from the scopes. Black- 
welder finally burnt her down 
— we're right proud. 

And that's the way it is at Chi 
Phi this Nineteen Sixty-Eight. 



CHI PSI 

I — 

Alpha Sigma Chapter 
1855 



T(jm Ciipcinter Pi'rsi( 

Juhn Slrickland Vice-Pri'sn: 

Ed Flickcn^ur Set;rrt 

Diui" BarbiT Tic.isi 



"Get mo a lickcl lor an airplane. ' lor 
the Chi Psis are on the go. Whether 
flying by jet or on the wings of Old 
Crow; be it in varsity sports or on Ihe 
Lodge's 60-fool rope swing; in activities 
down campus or down in Exotica; 
whether to the beat of the Gross Nation- 
al Product (our own distinctive combo) 
or the Kappa Capers; the Brothers of 
Alpha Sigma are always moving. 

All this activity got a start in 1928 
when Alpha Sigma of Chi Psi was reacti- 
vated at UNC. The brothers were a little 
overzealous at Ihat time and burned the 
Lodge down. But with the help of broth- 
er Walter Spt'orman (Journalism Profes- 
sor and our faculty advisor), a new lodge 
was erected in 1934. 

We've been working on that one ever 
since. Barring a few weekend antics by 
Kowalski Heys, things have been on the 
rise. Alpha Sigma has won the award for 
best chapter in the national fraternity 
twice since 1964. Locally, Chi Psi has ex- 
celled in all aspects of campus life, and 
we especially look forward to the emer- 
gence of our "Supersophs," in both ath- 
letic and fraternity affairs. As a final 
point, Alpha Sigma made a clean swiep 
at the Governor's Frog-)umping Ccmlest 
in Raleigh last year. 

The key to it all is Chi Psi's diversity. 
You've got to be diversified if your 
house can support a Southern Gentle- 
man like Laura Livingston from Laurin- 
burg and a Latin Lover like Louis Bu.sh 
from Brazil; or if you can host a sorority 
breakfast — combo bash at five o'clock 
Friday morning and a meeting of College 
Life on Sunday (evening; or if you have 
to alternate watching Waller Cronkite 
and the Abominable Snowman. 

Before we pull out. it might be worth 
mentioning that when our President, 
Tom Carpenter, was elected, hi; iliil not 
follow precedent and jump out llie win- 
dow of the third-floor heati; he nf\ er 
made it that far. Social Chuirni,Mi I'crry 
Colby is altempling to ouklo lliolhrr 
Randolph's exhibition last yr,n h\ 
climbing the fire escapes a! ,ill nyhl 
sororities, not just Chi O, And .is we de- 
part, we join with Ihe maid ol Chi I'si, 
Wendy Cohen, in wishing anolhi'i :-:ir,il 
year for .ill - compliments nl .Alplui 
Sigma. 





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1. B. Buclu 




20. 


D. Lloyd 


38. 


B. Hawfield 


56, 


M. McNeely 


2. B. Roberts 




21. 


T. Ricketts 


39. 


P. Livingston 


57. 


B. Kinzel 


3. ). McNairy 




22. 


N. Lenin 


40. 


D. Lambrecht 


58. 


P. Powell 


4. D. Gowan 




23. 


B. Russell 


41. 


E. Flickinger 


59. 


D. Barba 


5. S. Dunlevie 




24. 


J. Holliday 


42. 


W. Gotten 


60. 


H. Rainey 


6. H. Gadd 




25. 


R. Read 


43. 


B. Frost 


61. 


|. Hryharrow 


7. Y. Pharr 




26. 


S. Hope 


44. 


L. Glower 


62. 


L. Heath 


8. F. Danncmann 


27. 


R. Neely 


45. 


Z. Dodd 


63. 


G. Wiley 


9. D. Keel 




28. 


M. Brown 


46. 


B. Marsh 


64. 


P. Russell 


10. A. Steinbrec 


her 


29. 


M. Taylor 


47. 


A. Scott 


65. 


H. Smith 


11. |. Yelverton 




30. 


|. Lacklen 


48. 


S. Powell 


66. 


T. Heys 


12. D. Behrman 




31. 


T. Wilson 


49. 


C. Albert 


67 


|. Strickland 


13. B. Guy 




32. 


B. Neely 


50. 


S. Davis 


68 


j. Newton 


14. P. Gilmore 




33. 


C. Dixon 


51. 


[. Neely 


69 


W, Verhoeff 


15. W. Colby 




34. 


J. Hoback 


52. 


D. Holmes 


70 


B. Darrah 


16. B. Miller 




35. 


M. Reinholt 


53. 


B. McDiarmid 






17. V. Flether 




36 


|. Webster 


54 


T. Broili 






18. B. Lee 




37 


T. Carpenter 


55 


I. larboe 






19. I. Feiuirshri 


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1. D. Goodman 


20. 


|. HoUan 


38. 


S. Swenson 


2. [. McCotler 


21. 


C. Hagan 


39, 


K. Rovall 


3. R. Kluiz 


22. 


|. Harris 


40. 


P. Grauer 


4. W. Lamm 


23. 


N. Covington 


41. 


]. Presslv 


5. W. Hussman 


24. 


W. Adams 


42. 


T. Baur 


6. S. Mc;Carroll 


25. 


T. Ragsdale 


43. 


M. McDonald 


7, J. Tavlor 


26. 


T. Foscue 


44. 


|. Gray 


8. W, King 


27. 


B. Williams 


45. 


j. Spalding 


9. B. Carey 


28 


K. Rafferlv 


46. 


A. Ramsay 


10. D. Ross 


29 


T. Hints 


47. 


S. Fuller 


11. R. Toomev 


30 


B. Hollan 


48. 


T. Rhodes 


12. A. LassiliT 


31 


|. Egbert 


49. 


|. MacCorkle 


13. K. Hcdman 


32 


W. Cocke 


50. 


C. Coleman 


14. L. E. Sawyer 


33 


M. Overlock 


51. 


P. Riker 


15. K. Davis 


34 


P. Moister 


52. 


A. Dawson 


IB. N. Pruden 


35 


B. Kluttz 


53 


R. Old 


17. A. Anderson 


3H 


F. Thomas 


54. 


B. Hill 


18. S. Brown 


37 


j. Kenan 


55. 


H. Davis 


19. S. Lord 












DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 

Sita Chapter 
1855 



Edward T., Baur 
William E. Holland, 
Walter W. Kingr 111 . 
Walter E. Hussman 



President 

Viee-Pres. 

Treas. 

Soc. Chmn. 



Summer 1967 found Grauer and 
Kenan climbing the Matterhorn, Egbert 
distributing care packages in Labrador 
and McDonald and King selling Pepsi- 
Cola to Hawaiians. By September 13, ev- 
eryone was back in Chapel Hill. House 
officers were President Tee Baur. Vice- 
President Bill Hollan and Secretary — 
Social Chairman Waller Hussman. who 
introduced Randolph-Macon and Briar- 
cliff mixers to brighten up the Fall Se- 
mester. 

In Athletics, Phil Riker captained the 
Swimming Team and was backed up by 
Senior Dan Bissell. Fred Priester co- 
captained the Wrestling Team; Grauer 
and Moister played Lacrosse; and Rusty 
Clark towered over other basketball 
players. In the spring. Holderness and 
Swenson played on the Tennis Team. 
Sawyer played infield and Carey 
walked around the course on the Golf 
Team. Overlock. Toomey. Williams and 
Ciribble starred in intramural handball. 

Taylor. Swenson. Hollan. Hussman 
and Holderness all got their pilots' li- 
censes. McCarroll. Goodman and 
McCotter are considering vaudeville 
after their moving performance at the 
Deke Medieval Christmas Party. Wood- 
son and Toomey will hopefully spend 
less time sleeping after graduation; per- 
haps Midnight Mayor Ramsay can help. 

Spalding returned from a [unior Year 
in Rome to make Phi Beta Kappa with 
Kint Hedman. who will spend next year 
in England supposedly studying. 

And so the Pledge Class of 1965 rides 
iiviT the hill wondering why their four 
\ rars went so fast and wishing that they 
ii.id not. 



DELTA UPSILON 

North Carolina Chapter 
1953 



D. Smilh Freeman Prcsidcril 

Howard B. Warren Vice-President 

lames R, Culling Secrelarv 

Willi, ini \. Moos Treasurer 

Charles j. Klis Pledgemasler 



What malscs Delta Upsilon a 
fraternity? 

You guess it is the four-house 
complex on Rosemary Street 
that provides a haven for some 
seventy to a hundred Hobbits 
in their 'tweens (the number 
varies with the seasons) shel- 
tering them from the traumas of 
the University. 

No, that's not right. 

Maybe they are joined to pro- 
vide a single, volatile force to 
combat the onslaught of creep- 
ing individualism rampant on 
the Chapel Hill campus. 

No. 

Then could it be that each 
DU has so much character and 
individual worth that they 
shun all outsiders, feeling that 
they are devoid of merit and 
recognition? 

No. 

Then maybe they have so 
much in common that the cohe- 
sive fraternal feeling is self- 
generating and indefatigable. 

No. 

Could it be that all those 
trophies have provided an in- 
centive for fraternal achieve- 
ment in all areas? Or could it be 
that their large numbers allow 
them to lose themselves in a 
nebulous, purposeless aggre- 
gate of humanity? 

No in each case. 

Then maybe they are all 
highly intellectual equals who 
find in themselves all that is 
necessary for their social and 
academic stimulation. 

No, I'm afraid not. 

We like to think that each DU 
is different and that DU as a 
body is different. What is so 
unique about DU? Maybe noth- 
ing except that it is DU. What 
makes it a fraternity? A bunch 
of guys that are just a little bit 
different, but not too much so. 





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20. S. Goodfellow 


38. 


T. Lehlonen 


;t. M. Meeker 


21. F. McElrov 


39. 


T. Linn 


4. 1. Honeveiill 


22. B. Walker 


40. 


R. Tom 


5. B. Dill.ird 


23. D. Dabrovvski 


41. 


D. Murray 


(i. T, Murphv 


24. B. [ones 


42. 


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7. K, Kdhinsun 


25. S. Freeman 






t). [i, Lonj. 


26. S. Seesoms 






U. D. DcHilhwaitc 


27. R. Lloyd and Oble 






10. M. lennings 


28. B. Lennon 






11. S. Wallace 


29. B. Mces 






12. S. Shellhaas 


30. |. Tull 






13. G. Krichbaum 


31. D. Rose 






14. A. Hicks 


32. B. Wolcott 






15. C. Hinton 


33. D. Allen 






16. B. Cunningham 


34. H. Warren 






17. R. Piscitello 


35. M. Rahh 






18. M. Fuller 


36. A. Watson 







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KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Upsilon Chapter 
1881 



Brandon Shreve President 
Richard Trask Vice-President 
Randall Ringhaver Secretary 
Glenn Nye Treasurer 



Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 
1865 by Wheaties Richardson. Except for 
the incident several years ago when "the 
boys" missed the cross and burnt the 
house. Upsilon Chapter has grown in 
prestige and stature culminating with the 
love and trust shown to KA by the sorori- 
ties in the past physical year. 

Last fall KAs enjoyed a burning social 
program arranged by Shepherd and 
monogrammed by Garrison. Numerous 
mixers kept the boys apartment hopping, 
but the focal point had to be when Con- 
verse girls insisted the KA hog was the 
best. Elkin played musical chairs with 
"Mad Dog Mills" and SFud, w'hile Ring 
transferred from Stratford to F.S.U. Inti- 
mate parties were the big rage, as Shouse 
strummed in the Arb. and Steinemann en- 
joyed midnight snacks with Jo. except 
when interrupted by Fat Ferdie and Page's 
immortal case of verbosity. 

Academics witnessed Rhyne donning 
his track shoes to catch the Q.P. team 
while Traskie and Priest co-produced the 
Adventurers. Holland directed intramur- 
als as Box and Beans joined the crab team 
and Perry boogalooed down Broadway, 
while KA astronomers missed the moon 
and saw the stars. Extra-curricular activi- 
ties w'ere enhanced when Coppedge and 
the Sheltang aced the interior decorating, 
and the Chattanooga shoe-shine boy re- 
turned home only to find the third deck 
leveled by Carrot-top who had sniffed 
some beer. 

Love remained strong among the broth- 
erhood when Alf gave Bobby a ride to 
Madison, when he really only wanted to 
strengthen his ties in Raleigh along with 
the W&M boys. Incidentally the KAs 
annually sponsor the Broughton Senior 
Prom. 

Looming now in the minds of all KAs is 
Shipwreck, beach week-ends, and espe- 
cially Old South — which shall see the 
KA's secede from the Union and Shreeve 
probably abdicate a few more times bef- 
ore casting his vote for Kubachko or Rog- 
ers as KA Rose. 

Kappa Alpha is certainly a way of life. 
Younger brothers learn a great deal from 
the "Old Guard" as Hubbard inherited 
Wight's bed wetting problem and Bailey. 
LOM's cynicism. But it is doubtful that 
O.D. will ever be able to leach anyone his 
talent of wrapping Package Deals. 

All things considered. Student Body 
President Bob Travis summed up the spir- 
it of KA in this statement: "The friend- 
ships and associations of Kappa Alpha 
have been the most sinificant and mean- 
ingful part of my college years." 







BROTHERHOOD 


Edwin Bailev 


Alexander Hunter 


Robert Bell 


Lee Johnson 


William Bell 


Raymond Jordan 


Norman Boyles 


Bradley Langdon 


King Brett 


lames McGall 


Branson Bruce 


lames Miles 


Clifford Butler 


Michael Moore 


William Chreitzburg 


Thomas Moring 


Wayland Coppedge 


George Newman 


Rodger Downs 


Glen Nye 


Stephen Garrison 


lohn O'Donnel 


Allan Gray 


Robert Orr 


Malcolm Harris 


loseph Page 


Phillip Harrison 


Richard Perry 


Harold Hassenfelt 


Charles Poe 


lohnathon Hill 


Gordon Priest 


William Holland 


Richard Rhyne 


Buckley Hubbard 


Randal Ringhaver 



Walton Shepherd 
William Sliouse 
Brandon Shreve 
Martin Smith 
Frank Steinman 
Michael Swann 
Richard Trask 
Robert Travis 
William Travis 
Richard Wagstaff 
Frederick Wandelt 
Robert Warren 
George Webster 
Robert White 
Ward Wight 
Thomas Williams 
Kenneth Winter 
Charles Wyatt 



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1. 


C. Laird 


20. 


J. Walter 


2. 


H. Barclay 


21. 


|. Gilkev 


3. 


P. Slephens 


22. 


M. Grant 


4. 


B. Pate 


23. 


|. Terry 


5. 


L. Richardson 


24. 


C. Watson 


6. 


|. Elliot 


25 


N. Lipscomb 


7. 


L Elrod 


2fi 


B. Cohvell 


8. 


R. Salvati 


27. 


|. Howell 


9. 


N. DeReimer 


28. 


j. Rucker 


10. 


B. Hackney 


29. 


|. Hale 


11. 


H. Tucker 


30. 


H. Hankins 


12. 


T. Brown 


31. 


G. Snook 


13. 


B. Kearns 


32. 


|. Hillard 


14. 


B. Wood 


33. 


E. Hammerbeck 


15. 


|. Williams 


34. 


S. Kornegay 


16. 


H. Knight 


35. 


R. Flanagan 


17. 


H. Dovlev 


36. 


D. Erisman 


18. 


B. Cilfette 


37. 


B. Tolbert 


19. 


N. Znttel 


38. 


C. Thompson 



KAPPA SIGMA 

Alpha Mu Chapter 
1893 

David Erisman Grand Master 

James Talbert Grand Procurator 

Irvin Hankins Treasurer 

Page Stephens M. C. 

Charles Watson Scribe 




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Since its founding at Chapel 
Hill in 1893 the Alpha Mu chap- 
ter of Kappa Sigma has contin- 
ued to grow and prosper. The 
'67-'68 school year has certainly 
been a progressive one. marked 
by many notable accomplish- 
ments. Spring Rush saw 27 new 
pledges names added to the roll 
call; internal improvements to 
the house were completed, in- 
dividual brothers were hon- 
ored for both scholastic and ac- 
ademic endeavors, and as al- 
ways, each brother added a few 
personal touches to make the 
year a very memorable one. 

Gaylord received the award 
for the most misunderstood 
brother of the year. Elrod and 
Elliot waged all out war on 
sleep during exams. Chap took 
his final vows and bowed out 
in style — maybe. Gillette and 
Howell chose to fight rather 
than switch, damn Yankees. 
Gene was made Sweetheart, 
"sweet thang." Sherry made 
204 W. Cameron a regular 
weekend stomping ground. 
Erisman got a permanent seat 
on the bridge team. Weasel di- 
vided his time between pokey 
and women and kept coming 
up smelling like a rose. Wood 
camped out at Maultsby's 
cabin and advanced beyond 
Tenderfoot. Ortho got pinned 
three times in one week. Norm 
is graduating so personal er- 
rands will be out. P.P. took over 
for Hankins and the E.C. be- 
came literate again. 

It's a ticket, God's play- 
ground, a road agents mgtit- 
Tiare, a juke-box's testing 
ground, where boots, beards, 
dart-guns, and Seago had their 
heyday and through it all Pate 
never cracked a smile. It's ob- 
vious! 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Gamma Nu Zeta 
1926 



Harold S, Westerholm, II President 
P- Clark Kattenburg Vice-President 
Bruce H. Crawford Secretary 

Petrie M. Rainey Rush Chairman 



Manys en manys de time, deze long 
nights en deze rainy spells, dat I sets 
down dar in de house wid all de brers 
and run over de ole times wid one er ner, 
en crack der jokes ... en den dey'll tu'n 
in en git up a reg'lar juberlee. 

Talkin' bout lik de time Cappin Har- 
old get hisself snagged by ole Missus 
Oldham, whilst de gypsy woman set her 
spell on Brer Bruce. In de meantime Brer 
Plutz was projickin' wid Ole Red. but po' 
Rufus went a 'rackin' down de aisle. 
Missus Susie jus' about caught Brer 
Cobb as Brer Smiff got ketched by dat 
ole K.\(-) woman. 

Den dere was de time Brer Connie en 
Brer Sud get throwed outa der hutch and 
move into de big house. Or de time Brer 
Rukin and Brer Bird lose der speeshy on 
de Derby. Or 1 could tell about Brer 
Walker doin' damage or de Hillbilly get- 
tin' a hairstyle. Or Brer Badman en Brer 
Keir get psychedelic or Mistuh Pete put- 
tin' de hurt on de pledges. 

Y'all member Brer Gangway sayin', 
"Shoot yo' sheckels," or Brer George 
changin' his beddin'. Brer Mark and Brer 
John gets moonstruck en think dey Brer 
Bare. Dere was de time Brer Neal go for a 
ride wid his mammy, en Boss Hunter — 
he make de move into politickin'. 

Der's all my reckembembunces 'bout 
Lil' Cliffcut's spot-car takin' a case of 
consumption, en Malcoln en Charley 
blockin' de parkin' lot. But de bigge.sl 
rippit of all was de time Brer Clark. 
eatin' his roast beef on his granny's blan- 
ket, en sassy ez a jaybird, kep sayin , 
"Don' throw me in de rice patch, " whilst 
Bob Liipfert say, "Poin' de infomation. 
But ole man Clauset, he jus sippin' chi- 
c'ry en laffin — cause Dat — he jus sat 
dere, sayin' nuthin'. 

Dey comes lak I tells ya, honey. I jes 
shuts my eyes and hold em shut, en lis- 
sen and let urn play dem ole time chunes 
twel long alter bed-time done come en 
gone . . . 

Uncle Perc' 




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1. W. Parker 

2. B. Farthing 

3. G. Phipps 

4. B. Steele 

5. R. Gulp 

6. V. Fleming 

7. L. Anderton 
8^ G. Ridcnhour 
9. E, SiDVull 

10. R. Skeeter 

11. R. Bagwell 
U. B. Puriiy 

13. |. Funtaine 

14. |. Godshall 

15. B. Spry 

16. B. Trott 

17. S. Durn 

18. B. Wester 

19. D. David 
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21. V. Smith 

22. T. McKenzie 

23. M. Roessler 

24. H. Pollard 

25. |. Brantley 

26. G. Lynch 

27. R. Worth 

28. G. Saenger 

29. A. Glark 

30. P. Adams 

31. B. Federal 

32. B. Teague 

33. R Kelly 

34. J. Barber 

35. B. Henderson 

36. |. Wright 

37. B. Raney 

38. D. Mayse 

39. S. Wilson 

40. M. Poo! 





PHI DELTA THETA 

Beta Chapter 
1885 



Randy Worth 
Robert Gulp 
|ohn Barber 
George Saenger 
Hubert Haywood 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Pledge Trainer 



This is your Captain speaking. Wel- 
come back to Holly and Sandy. Dr. Reel, 
and the "Hud." Farewell to Cymbol 
Head and S.F.B. 

'tis progressed nicely this year under 
the leadership of Randy "dictator" 
Worth, who began the fall social season 
with an amazing post-Tulane game hor- 
ror show. House treasurer. Tod Saenger 
brought the chapter its highest house 
bills and worst food since World War 1. 
Kay was elected sweetheart in a close 
contest over Shurdyna. Despite Crow's 
absence at the intramural office, Trolt 
lead the Phi Delt "jocks" to the football 
crown (see page 267). 

Zero became famous for his two fa- 
vorite words, and Tap averaged ten six- 
packs a week. Byrd was a big success at 
the Young Republicans Convention 
while art lead house segregationists. 
Dennie kept up his diet and exercise, 
while Blount applied to law school, 
shaking the house with a wave of hys- 
terical laughter. After a severe setback 
at Pi Phi. Buff Ga/yon rallied with a se- 
ries of disastrous blind dates. Tork. 
Gray, Weasel and the Bui created a 
house institution at Lums. home of the 
hot dogs. C. W. Mo.ss persisted in gross- 
ing everyone out. and Dirty Dick Parker 
continued to wear Kahkies. smoke Cam- 
els, play hearts, hunt, date rarely, and 
cut quizzes. 

Frosty Gulp looked like a goner for 
sure, as Susan tightened her grip. Hoy- 
mouse pressed Southern Bell for a hot- 
Ime to Whitehead while Sweet Leigh 
fmally settled down but kept an anxious 
rve on Asheville and the Mars Hill Mon- 
ster Man. Gat Baby J.D. Otis "the Toe" 
turned in his putter and settled down at 
the Tri Delt house, while Bogs gazed 
longingly toward Ole Miss, The Toy Boy 
still loves his Toy Girl in his Toy Car. 
Fonville gained twenty-five pounds, 
proving that married life will "treat you 
right." 

This is your captain signing off. Over 
and out. 



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SNUl 




orA 



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1. M. McCIiMlli 

2. C. Gaskins 

3. H. Parrolt 

4. 1. Venters 

5. G. Wirlh 

6. ]. Branch 

7. |. Hughes 

8. W. Woodward 

9. T. Caldronev 

10. D. Hobson 

11. |. O. McCall 

12. H. Lee 

13. T. Jolliffe 

14. R. Miller 

15. |. Home 

16. R. HoneycuU 

17. C. Calloway 

18. S. Smilh 

19. |. Paltisall 



r-iO' 



'M. W. Pallcrson 

21. J. Kelly 

22. G. Paschal 

23. R. Miller 

24. J. Elmore 

25. F. Weed 

26. S. Wallace 

27. A. Lamm 

28. W. Wood 

29. |. Hughes 

30. K. Cannailay 

31. ). Tanner 

32. R. Boseman 

33. B. Griffin 

34. R. Wright 

35. I. Beall 
3(3. A. Heath 
37. |. Kellv 





PHI GAMMA DELTA 

Epsilon Chapter 
1851 



Ri(:h,inl |, Miller 
Ronalil W. Miller 
lack S. I kighes 
|()hn H. Home 
lames M. Tanner 



PresiilrnI 
Treasurer 

Rec. See. 
Corr, St^e. 

Historian 



The Wonder Warthog emer- 
ges slowly from the slimey 
depths of his estival hiberna- 
tion, snorts softly, and signals 
the returning migration of Fijis 
to Vance Hall. The bearded 
sages high in the gloomy towers 
of South Building stand aghast 
at the strange scene that con- 
fronts their eyes. No Wonder: 
Mary J. proves you can take 
the man out of the Grunt, but 
you can't take the grunt out of 
the Grunt-man. Groovy defies 
authority, getting decked in his 
semi-final flyweight bout with 
Angle Wopanelli. Tadpole ma- 
tures into a full grown frog, 
croaking nightly to his new 
bubbly blonde broad. Gamma 
proves impotent in the face of 
fecundity, while Parrott, 
Higgins, O'Quinn, and a host of 
others make plans to improve 
Ihat situation on a permanent 
basis. Woodward yearns for an 
oral-nasal relationship with 
Rocky the flying squirrel, while 
Fubar desires a similar setup 
with Granny. Wedgehead gains 
recognition as the only living 
nine-iron in captivity, as Pig- 
meat takes Music 171 in night 
school under Ed Norwood. The 
Hard Core attempts to convert 
the front yard into a parking 
lot, but cooler heads prevail. 
Venters finds a part-time nurse 
at the Chi O house to complete 
much needed psychiatric treat- 
ments. Wetback establishes 
himself as the world's oldest 
living petrified lizard, while 
Kelly staves off frequent at- 
tacks of the upside-down 
monster. 

And so to thee, O Smooth 
Double-barrelled Bat God, we 
once again offer our paean of 
mystic praise,- as it looks like 
more of the same at the Fiji 
house. 



Greeks 323 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 

Upsilon Duderon Colony 
1965 



|(ihn Liles 
Larry Daniel 
Tom Greer 
David Worley 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Sentinel 



First established (in Ihis campus in 
192B. North Carolina Colony was reacti- 
vated here in May. 1965. While quite 
productive, these first three years have 
also been quite challenging, but Phi Sigs 
have reaped rewards in a most satisfying 
way. After numerous conferences with 
realtors, lawyers. University officials, 
and our puppy, Kap. we are on our way 
to a new house, a charter, and a more 
stable brotherhood. The year went 
something like this: 

Carrying on the precedent of its 
founders, the Colony once again slips 
through by the will of the Gods. Early 
returnees faced an immediate problem 
— lack of a house. Phi Sigs are seen re- 
turning furniture to the same yellow 
barn where only last |une the same peo- 
ple were removing the same furniture. 
Having won the first battle, war plans 
were laid out with the numerous nation- 
al representatives who treked it to the 
barn in those "October Days." Positions 
were consolidated, forces regrouped, 
and the troops elected to retreat to the 
Gold Course to take a new stand. With 
winter rapidly approaching. Capn Liles 
sent to Headquarters for supplies, in- 
cluding 150 grand and some red tape re- 
mover. Communications broke down 
when the messenger was ambushed, but 
National again came through in a pinch 
and sent the chief supply officer directly 
to the front lines. Needless to say. the 
enemy was beaten back and the Engi- 
neer Corps quickly began work on a per- 
manent fortification. In celebration. 
Quartermaster Purd broke out the rurn 
and planned the swingingest hoedown 
ever to hit the fort. Three pinnings. two 
engagements, and a marriage show evi- 
dence of infiltration into the camp but 
morale is as high as ever. A truce is de- 
clared for a few months while the infan- 
try increases its numbers and its capac- 
ity for booze. The year ends as the Phi 
Sigs. realizing that the will of the Gods 
has again prevailed, sacrifice to Bacchus 
a burnt offering from the Dairy Bar. 






1. |. Trachtenburg 


B 


R. Heavener 


:;. W. McCormack 


9 


|, Alcot 


:t. T. Greer 


10 


L. Daniels 


4, F. Siebenc;huh 


11 


N, Thomas 


5, |. Liles 


[2 


L. Denlon 


(>. D. Worlev 


13 


M. Fells 


7. C. Worlev 


14 


W. Clemens 



02K 



Greeks 325 




nKO 



1. P Wh.ilcn 

2. I. Barlow 

3. R. Moffatt 

4. F. Hinshaw 

5. S. GantI 

6. B. Adams 

7. K. Rollins 

8. I. Radford 

9. j. Brisbois 

10. j. Ludlow 

11. M. Murray 

12. N. Marble 

13. P. Griffin 

14. B. Heidt 

15. W. Wood. 

16. B. Little 

17. H. Gallow^ay 

18. O. Walker 



19. L. Rojilman 

20. E. Sistare 

21. K. WvatI 

22. R. Walson 

23. R. Watson 

24. S. Sigler 

25. D. Sanders 

26. D. Minor 

27. R. White 

28. T. Fawcette 

29. W. Gunther 

30. G. Witter 

31. ]. Link 

32. j. Boak 

33. T. Garner 

34. B. Williams 

35. P. Wilson 








PI KAPPA PHI 

Kappa Chapter 
1914 



Keith Rollina 
|on Radford 
Robert Whiter- 
Ronald Moffatt 
James Ludlow 



President 
Vice-President 
-■ Treasurer 

Historian 
Warden 



After summer days of suds, 
surf and Mom's apple pie, the 
Pi Kapps returned to place fin- 
ishing touches on the Card- 
board Palace, for the last time, 
thank God. 

Meanwhile, the mudhole is 
keeping us happy. B.O. collect- 
ed overtime for laying bricks 
over Thanksgiving. Boakowsky 
and his faithful Polak army ini- 
tiated the First Annual Polack 
picnic, where football and 
combos kept the pledges busy 
picking up and passing out. 
Pickle Ripple tried his own vin- 
tage. Fumbles fell in love, while 
Whale swam back and forth to 
his private supplier in Wash- 
ington. Twiggy tried out for the 
infirmary Fleaweight Football 
Team. Burch and his faithful 
Indian companion played 
Brando. 

It must have been a good 
year. Zero made money. Rah 
Rah said, "The House that 
prays together, stays together," 
and Captain M. continued to 
out shout Sergeant Pepper. 
Radford and Physical Ed 
battled for the House Heavy- 
weight. Ginhead was our own 
cub reporter. Gantt and Mar- 
shall competed in the Pi Kapp 
Sleep Marathon. Tennessee 
was exposed as a Communist 
spy. Swinging Dick swings — in 
Boston and out. Retard laughed 
at his own Christmas Party. 
Cod Piece is out to lunch on a 
fast for a piece. The year is 
over, and we have a new house! 



PI LAMBDA PHI 


Omega Beta 


Ch 


apter 


1939 






Warren Schonfeld 




Rex 


David Ginsberg 




Archon 


Jim McAllister 




Scribe 


David Mendelsohn 




KOE 


Jack Moore 




MOW 



This Wcis a great year [ur action at 
riA0. When that many nuts gel together, 
something is bound to happen. 

We got thai second piano for the din- 
ing room, a completely new living room, 
a baby blue phone booth, a fireplace for 
the foyer, another trophy (but in hm 
seshoes?). and old brothers who alninsi 
overran the house during alumni vvtrk- 
end. 

Individuals competed for the craziest 
room award. Decors featured orange 
parachutes on the ceiling, forty-five pic- 
tures in one room, persian rugs on the 
floor, a psychedelic wall, and neo-gothic 
furniture. 

The typical Pi Lamb is no more. Now. 
more than ever, there is a wide variety of 
interests, backgrounds and tastes. 

The fraternity has become what it was 
chartered to be: a brotherhood of pro- 
gressive, industrious and unprejudiced 
men. Each is thankful for what they gain 
in knowledge of people and lifi' by being 
Greeks. It is not always a house of peace 
and quiet; the brothers are often quite 
vocal about what they btilii^vi'. but eaf:h 
is a complete, proud person who is eager 
to really live. 

As always, the social c.ilcndar was 
full. The New York beat, the new British 
sound and Soul got their chance. But no 
matter who played, we had a great time. 

Spirit was high. Impromptu parties 
sprang up whenever things went espe- 
cially well. Like the great fall rush, and 
the elections, and the championship, 
and coming back from Thanksgiving, 
and going home for Christmas, and on 
and on. 

We look forward to the future! for 
more action. The house has always had 
its share of leaders, and then some. We 
have l)ig brains ,intl almost lirawn We 
will alw.ivs have I'l l.,imli,l.i I'hr 









eld 



1. B, Landers 

2. A. Camp 

3. J. Simons 

4. C. Kirby 

5. ]. Bass 

6. H. Schultz 

7. W. Schonl' 

8. K. Moi.ri' 

9. O. Bclsmgiir 

10. F. Cdenn 

11. D. Stromeyer 

12. W. Batchnlur 

13. M. Filler 

14. D. Mendiilsnhn 

15. L. Blacl< 



16. M, FIcish 

17. E. Stoff 

18. M. Wade 

19. R. Glenn 

20. M. Baer 

21. D. LaBarre 

22. D. Ginsberg 

23. J. Moure 

24. L. Solomon 

25. E. Davis 

26. F. Serra 

27. |. McAllisler 

28. T. Galloway 

29. M. Haslam 

30. W. Stallings 



nAO 



SAINT ANTHONY 
HALL 

Xi Chapter 
1854 



Administrating Officer 
|ohn F. Rand 



Another Canto begins as St. 
Anthony Hall lurches into ex- 
istence with forty-part har- 
mony (and feeling.) Soon ap- 
pearing are the Chorus of Br 
fuddled Pledges, who ask the 
musical question. "Pearl oi 
Swine?." backed up by th( 
strophe/antestrophe of thf 
Worshiper of the great Got! 
Wurlitzer and the Dancers of 
Damage. 

The thunder says. "Give 
Sympathize. Control. " and this 
is our way out of the Wasteland 
to where the Specials arc 
Kican. the clothes multi- 
c;olored. the bathrooms oracu- 
lar, the opinions eclectic, thf 
food thought-provoking, the 
dri\oway precarious. 

Zappa says. "Call any vege- 
table." (but it's always for 
D'Ossche.) Every Friday night 
means grooving together in the 
church of your choice, even 
though the morning is never 
clear, full of George- 
of-the-junglc. and "who was 
she with here last night?" 

Sergeant Pepper says. "Well. 
I just had to laugh," and that is 
the most important, because no 
one is allowed to take them- 
selves too seriously. Please un- 
derstand that altho'ugh the play 
is Greek, the masks are all 
comic. 





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R.rf 



/ 




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1. p. Gallanclet 


:;o. 


,\, Uldi r 


2. |. Silterson, |r. 


21. 


P. Gammons 


3. A. d'Ossche 


22. 


|. McCullough 


4. G. Perry 


23. 


D. Prophet 


5. T. Crane 


24. 


|. Belden 


6. P. Dusscnberrv 


25. 


J. Heard 


7. ). Pyne 


26. 


A. Wall 


8. D. Strickler 


27. 


|. Bradlrv 


9. J. Rand 


28. 


A. Treadwcll 


10. L. Offen 


29. 


G. Clark.soii 


11. S. McLean 


30. 


|. MacNelly 


12. B. Armour 


31. 


S. Austell 


13. |. Maloney 


32. 


W. Aauiland 


14. R. Loftus 


33 


|. Gatins 


15. D. Macmillan 


34. 


J. Matthews 


16. C. Carter 


35 


P. Lipson 


17. R. Maury 


36 


D. Chamhers 


IH. T. Pratt 


37 


T. Leeeh 


19, R. Duane 







"Sgt. Pepper, I presume." 



SAINT ANTHONY 
HALL 







2AE 



1. L. Upton 

2. E. Calhoun 

3. . Worcester 

4. S. Woodall 

5. B. Oliphant 

6. D. Saunders 

7. B. Reynolds 

8. Y. Co'lyer 

9. VV. VVessell 

10. D. Crawford 

11. C. Woodroof 

12. E. Bennett 
i:i M. Reiger 
U. A. Graham 

15. M. Martin 

16. R. Coxe 

17. K. Hunter 

18. B. Brethen 

19. T. Neulon 

20. T. Morris 



21. L. Wilson 

22. L. Reid 

23. G. McClintock 

24. D. Lee 

25. E. Leonard 
2B. W. Hamill 

27. G. Daniel 

28. F. Cathey 

29. T. Butts 

30. S. Brand 

31. ). Aiken 

32. F. Bates 

33. R. Barnum 

34. L. Kelsey 

35. S. Harrell 

36. S. Arnold 

37. |. Trotter 

38. L. Sherman 

39. C. West 

40. C. Poer 



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SIGMA ALPHA 
EPSILON 

Xi Chapter 



1857 



Howard Kelsey 
William Hamill 
Frank Calhey 
Bryan Oliphant 
Carl West 
Dan Daniel 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Huusc Managers 



3^'.'!»^ 



1967-68 marks another suc- 
cessful year for the SAE House, 
with Brethen and Adolph Ca- 
they heading the fall bureauc- 
racy. Welcome, but unexpect- 
ed, support came from never- 
say-die Super-Seniors, and 
their mouth-piece Mr. R. A. 
Bennett. A successful fall rush 
brought in four of the best and 
one severe Hurricane that 
finally settled in Chapel Hill 
after blowing out to the West 
Coast in a 72 hour whirlwind. 
The fall was highlighted by a 
house raffle with winners 
Crawford and High School 
Ceasar Barnum taking a free 
trip to Nassau. 

The installation of a N.C. Xi 
Little Sister club was an imme- 
diate success and a valuable 
asset to the house. With the se- 
mester's end and improved 
grades, the SAE's enjoyed a 
skiing trip over the break, luck- 
ily to return with only bent el- 
bows, rather than twisted 
knees. With the addition of 
twenty-one more top pledges 
and leadership from the notori- 
ous Lunch Kelsey, the outlook 
could not be better. 




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SIGMA 


CHI 


Alpha Tau Chapter | 


189£ 




Charles Conner 


Consul 


[ames Bacnes 


Proconsul 


Richard Davis 


Annotator 


Robert Bradner 


Quaestor 



VVilh almost 100.000 living members 
and 144 chapters, Sigma Chi is the most 
famous fraternity in the whole world. 
The brothers of Alpha Tau are proud to 
be in the enviable position of standard 
bearers for this outstanding organiza- 
tion. 

This year the Sigma Chis began their 
78th year under the questionable leader- 
ship of Iron Duke Chuckles Conner. 
Many magnificant programs were inst- 
ituted. Chipsmule's Beat Dook float will 
long be remembered as a glorious start 
to a terrific year. Under the auspices of 
Homo Bond, a cultural program was ini- 
tiated this year, including the After- 
Hours All-Chi Combination Marching 
River Bottom Choir and Precision Drill 
Team. 

Various campii organizations were 
blessed with Chis, including: Legislators 
Semi-Turk Salmony and Wick-Wabbil 
Lutz: Morehead Scholars Blimp 
Southerland and Mondo Rowe; and Car- 
olina's Dynamic Duo Quinile Koontz 
and Tonio Brigman. 

Crank Barnes .shifted into gear early 
this year and engineered the spectacular 
success known as Derby Day. Over 
three-thousand students had a marvel- 
ous time observing the sororities com- 
pete for the coveted Derby. 

Wilt Sutton, the nouveau-sots, and the 
Nocturnal Nads presented the usual ti- 
tanic social schedule. 

Because of the excellent rush and 
pledge programs. Jake Bradner's revolu- 
tifmary new monetary system, and be- 
cause Petty Threads Palisoul, Robot 
Jones, and Squeaky Daniel wanted it 
that way, and it would appear that a 
diamond-studded page has been insert- 
ed in the previously mundane golden 
history book of .Alpha Tau of Sigma Chi. 
Clicks! 




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1. J. Dumbcll 


16. 


B. SluII 


2. C. Benepe 


17. 


S. Matthews 


3. A. McKennan 


18. 


C. Thomas 


4. ). Clark 


19. 


C. Conner 


5. L. Clark 


20. 


B. Rowe 


6. L. Chambers 


21. 


I. Sherrill 


7. B. Southerland 


22. 


). Harris 


8. M, Daniel 


23. 


R. Davis 


9. P, Brigman 


24. 


F. Swindal 


10. R. Lutz 


25. 


S. Raper 


11. R. Sutton 


26. 


L. Salmonv 


12. |. Sparrow 


27. 


L. Collins' 


13. |. Barnes 


28. 


L. Baley 


14. S. Coffey 


29. 


|. Coe 


15. G. Gardner 


30. 


P. lones 



31. D. Thompsua 

32. R. Lewis 

33. A. Palisoul 

34. S. Smith 

35. E. Brown 

36. L. Hunter 

37. J. Detoore 

38. C. Chandler 

39. B. Branch 

40. P. Roe 

41. T. Palmer 

42. D. Cogdell 

43. B. Piephoff 

44. G. Lennon 

45. B. Bradner 





2N 



1. K. Kouse 

2, I. Cheshire 
:i. S. Baddour 

4. C. Brickhouse 

5. A. Albright 

6. M. Jordan 

7. B. Markel 
H. B. lames 
9. B. Ipock 

10^ J. Liltle 

11. B. Chalk 

12. C. Harrison 
Ki. M. Kessler 
14, A. Rav 

1,-,. B, Rice 
Hi. L. Doniina 
ir. C, Donahue 
18. r. Colestock 



19. K. Buckner 

20. E. Voliva 

21. S. Crayton 

22. G. Grove 

23. K. Johnson 

24. N. Dunivanl 

25. D. Eggars 

26. J. Thompson 

27. J. Swaim 

28. L. Wildes 

29. J. Fields 

30. L. Whitehursl 

31. S. McKenzie 

32. R. Angell 

33. A. Weslerlund 

34. B. Titterud 

35. T. Whitehead 







SIGMA NU 




Psi Chapter 




1888 


\(. 


'1 Dunivnnt EmiMcnl Cdiii 


Ml 


:hacl L. Jordan Ll. C.mi 


Ki. 


■T Any.'ll I'un.lci- 


Hn 


(,r M.irk.il J-Ioiisr Man.iM.T 



Sigma Nu was founded on 
January 1, 1869, at Lexington, 
Virginia, by three courageous 
young cadets whose ideals cen- 
tered around Love, Truth, and 
Honor. Since that time the Le- 
gion of Honor has grown to na- 
tional status with a proud rec- 
ord. Psi chapter anxiously 
awaits the centennial next year 
with her brothers across the na- 
tion. 

This fall a new pledge train- 
ing was adopted. Called pledge 
education, it excluded push- 
ups. Hell Week, and the like, 
but included other more con- 
structive endeavors such as fix- 
ing up the house, painting, re- 
pairing, etc. Intended to 
strengthen the brotherhood, in- 
still pride in Sigma Nu. and 
unity among both the pledges 
and brothers, the new pledge 
program has proved both suc- 
cessful and encouraging. For 
the summer, Psi plans to have 
the house completely remod- 
eled, adding sleeping space, a 
party room, and better living 
lacilities. 

Socially, things have been 
rather touch and go with Fat 
Dog's germ scare, flaming mo- 
narch's pyromaniac tenden- 
cies, and the big eye team hold- 
ing regular meetings. Al's 
■Whites captured the cham- 
pionship, but Queenie's boys 
fizzled out. Frog, Cecilia, 'Enry, 
Bull, and Pooh Bear went the 
lover's route, and phones were 
added to accommodate daily 
check-ins. Senor Porky and Kil- 
owatt took their tokens iaack. 
but Quad was still trying to get 
a date with someone under 235 
pounds. North Street succeed- 
ed, and the rest of the brother- 
hood settled back for Spring 
Rush, Spring Parties, and the 
oth(M- follies the Spring brings. 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

Delta Chapter 
1921 



I.inics D. \Vi)mble. |r. Prcsiclcnl 
|ohn C;. AcLom;. )r. Vicc-Prrs. 
Chrislophor 1„ '^l-jucII C.nip 
A.M-on D. Garrutt Srrirl,]i\ 

Tdiiv L, Pope Rrct.nlr': 



SOE North Carolina Delta. 
1968. (What ever happened Id 
alpha, beta and gamma?) 

This is the true story of what 
goes on behind Cameron Av- 
enue's only red door. One of 
the brothers in the house holds 
the individual record for most 
lavaleir-pinnings in one season. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon is the 
second-largest social fraternity 
in the country. Why, just from 
our chapter we range from 
Muscle Beach to the Watermel- 
on Capital of the World. There 
are eight red doors — Sig Ep red 
doors that is, in North Carolina, 
and 160 in 42 states, and what's 
more, we'll put our greasy Ital- 
ian against any other wop in 
any of the other chapters in the 
country. An' here we got a defi- 
nite lack of communication — 
just ask the social Goat. Our 
fraternity colors are red and 
purple — like Carrot with a 
wild blue shirt on — and the 
fraternity flowers are the 
American rose and violet. By 
the way, our five-year man has 
noticed that Jimmy carries his 
iiutane lighter with him all the 
time now. Every word of this is 
true: it's all straight from the 
Mouth of the South. Ribbit. 






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■■^l 







1. |. Reimk-r 

2. R, Biirbcp 

3. |. Powers 

4. T. Pope 

5. L. Brown 

B. L. McDougald 

7. S. Howell 

8. F. Willcy 

9. |. Womble 

U). A. Whilinghill 

11. D. Parker 

12. H. Clark 
Ki. P. Alston 

14. B. Crownover 

15. N. Thuss 

16. |. McDougald 

17. B, Hughes 
IH. H. Barnwell 



19. B, ArnlslrouK 

20. C. Malus 

21. G. CH:(;one 

22. D. Wallace 

23. N. Wester 

24. C. Seawell 

25. L. Armstrong 

26. G. Tomlinson 

27. A. Garrett 

28. A. Hahn 

29. G. Tucker 

30. B. Earnharill 

31. D. Faucellc' 

32. B. Byrd 

33. G. Hutchistju 

34. |. Wallace 

35. M. Gooden 




TEO 



1 


J. lason 


16 


A. Adler 


31 


|. Strauss 


2 


M. Diamond 


17 


E. Silverstcin 


32 


N, Dilloff 


3 


G. Povill 


18 


E. Dahan 


33 


R. Grosswald 


4 


M, Rash 


19 


P. Glasser 


34 


L. Krieger 


5 


L. Simon 


20 


L. Goldman 


35 


M. Wall 


6 


S. Kaufman 


21 


G. Gross 


36. 


J. Goldman 


7 


K. lacobs 


22 


P. Ronman 


37 


K. Breslow 


8 


K. Burleson 


23 


K. Peres 


38. 


G. Datnoff 


9 


R, Gersten 


24 


S. London 


39. 


Yiddle 


10 


B. Miller 


25 


R. Werner 


40. 


M. Parker 


11. 


B. Mann 


26. 


A. Chansky 


41. 


D. Lester 


12. 


M. Gaines 


27. 


M. Weinkle 


42. 


R. Gerard 


13. 


j. Sobelson 


28. 


S. Rosen 


43. 


L. Wurn 


14. 


M. Sperling 


29. 


M. Friedlander 


44. 


P. Camnilz 


15. 


S. Myers 


30. 


E. Hockfield 


45. 


B. Lubman 




TAU EPSILON PHI 

Omega Chapter 
1924 



Stewart W. Rosen Chancellor 
Gary I. Povill Vice-Chancellor 



Daniel J. Lester 
Lee S. Goldman 



Scribe 
Burser 



TKP's have traditionally accom- 
plished what (hey set out to do, and this 
year with a policy of complete partici- 
pation we have set out to do even more. 
But the greatest accomplishments are 
only by-products of an internally suc- 
cessful house. Its the spirit of the TEP's 
brotherhood that hovers in the Carolina 
air. It's the things common to us all - the 
nicknames, the stories, the women - 
that's what makes the TEP's the TEP's 
and gives us a common bond of growing 
up as a TEP. We're a fraternities's frater- 
nity and only the Craven know how 
close we are. 

Northerners-Southerners, Hippies- 
Grits; Lubies parrot, Dego. the Spotted 
one, Bobo, Zippie the Jag Fag, Knock 'em 
down and rape 'em Roger, Cha Cha Chi 
Chi, Gomer Straight-arrow and Crazy 
Eric, Loony, Gross-Gary and Feder High 
Waist, along with Ringo Rick and the 
now outwardly dynamic Dr. Frank E. 
Don't forget Eager Hocker-Beaver. 
Monty in the Sky with Diamonds, Gold 
Joe, Mersh, and last but not priest Buzz E 
the Man; and everyone sitting around 
eating Ginger cookies. 

The BA boys, the Chem kids - Aw, 
John, Aw, Bill - Yeech Catz. Then there 
is always our One eyed Jacks playing 
over the new color TV. through supper 
into the night, and us out of our minds. 
Long hair and handle-bar mustaches, 
Myrna, salami Eddie Fogler and a whale 
of a pledge class Artily Hoofing their Lu- 
bricated way across campus Winking at 
every Joe, never making a Rash move. 
There are the TEP's, lead by our own 
gyro of enthusiasm, young stalwart Ste- 
wart Rosen. And if asked around the 
TEP'House "For whom the Bell tolls" — 
it tolls for sweetheart Larry. 

Studying and cramming during the 
week - going naked on the weekends - 
"funcky baby" - the crazy parties 
spearheaded by big M. Wall. Blowing off 
steam with the Jacks, getting plastered 
with a blind date, dark noisy warm girls 
with their long hair on their shoulders, 
good friends - lots of good friends. 

Calls home to Mom. 8-10 at Alumni, 
sad nights of far off girls friends or no 
girl friends at all. Midnight at Lums, bull 
sessions, and the Brothers meeting. Sun- 
day suppers at Marios and the Kentucky 
Colonel, then back to the house where 
Roman Gabriel leads the weekend tube 
squad. This loo is the TEPS. 

Whatever the TEPs do they do togeth- 
er. Sixty boys with a common Mother - 
the House. Brothers in the truest sense 
are the TEPs — no fooling around or 
trying to kid anybody. The TEPs are 
TEPs, and it's a touchable feeling of 
brotherhood that a visitor to the TEP 
House notices when he comes through 
the front door. WELCOME TO THE 
TEP HOUSE WORLD!!!! 

Greeks 341 



ZETA BETA TAU 

Alpha Pi Chapter 



1927 



Marshall Karro 
S(j1 Kl.ozo 
Boll Concn 
Clft's Kaufman 
Henry Zibert 



President 
Vice-PrpsidenI 
Treasurer 
Sprretary 
Historian 



Zim was gone, but the fragrance of 
boomalacha remained behind at the 
Zebe House, clearing up those nasty ru- 
mors once and for aU. The passing of the 
Cincinnati Association and the dispersal 
of Ward B created a void of activity and 
overall schpligicism. At 8 o'clock sharp 
the sophomores retire and the elder 
brothers settle down to gin-boards, dis- 
cussing Patterson and the tube. At 8:05, 
the voice of Foxhole roars over the in- 
tercom: "We're partying downstairs 
with Ben E. King, Spencer Dorm, Wil- 
liam B, 111, the Detroit Redwings %vith 
Toulouse Lautrec at go alie, Casper Mil- 
quetoast, Chester Mayfield. Barbara 
Streisand, Will and his cousin, the Green 
Bay Packers, Bubba Wyche. Mrs. Smith 
and the 13 midgets, Martin Borman, and 
Bob Travis, the Experimental College, 
N.S.A., the Big Court, Toronto Ex- 
change, Shap Daddy and Elsie, Miss 
Allie and LeRoi, the Sparrow Apartment 
Affiliates, Peter and Greg, Bonnie and 
Clyde, and Ben Agajanian. So get a date 
and get down here cause we're paying 
for it. Dammit!" 

Yes, this year we have really outdone 
ourselves in every way. We managed to 
lose the stigma of being number one in 
grades, and on top of that our second 
football team scored a touchdown and 
still managed to preserve a perfect sea- 
son. Bob "Fireball" Fuerst has consist- 
ently outrun all the law between here 
and Glen Lennox. His compatriot Andy 
"Wildthing" Kirschner has not fared so 
well, to the financial advantage of the 
Chapel Hill police department. Smith 
lost his gut thanks to his non-kosher ra- 
ison diet and El Grosso's belt has been 
exposed for the first time in months. 
Tango has developed such an inferiority 
complex from his resemblance to a cer- 
tain aforementioned brother that he 
rarely ventures from either of his rooms, 
to the immense satisfaction of everyone. 
Brother Addlestone brought Honey 
Mons out to dinner every night — what a 
sweetheart he turned out to be! Bobbie 
joe Cowen and Erico Gilberlo hosted 
visiting jocks every weekend, while 
Slernsy chaperoned. And, as always 
when Number One calls for G & W, H & 
A reigns supreme. 





1. 


R. Brcssler 


17. 


E. Slum 


2. 


M. Dworsky 


18. 


R. FeursI 


3 


T. Palterson 


19. 


G. Kaufman 


4 


O. Finlayson 


20. 


R. Schiilly 


5 


M. Karro 


21 


S. Hymen 


6. 


S. Savitz 


22. 


R. Manukin 


7. 


M. Smith 


23 


J. Haber 


8 


H. Zibarl 


24 


S. Fox 


9 


M. TarK-'iiliaiim 


25 


P. IshiclR 


III 


S. Klihose 


2tl 


B. Piercn 


II 


T. Golfon 


27 


P. Siegal 


12 


N. Slovis 


28 


A. Hammer 


K) 


R. Roshind 


29 


M. Kabat 


14 


B. Lovin 


30 


B. Kirchner 


15 


H. Millnr 


31 


G. Richie 


Hi 


S. Grossman 


32 


B. SchoccI 



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ZETA PSI 

IJpsilon Chapter 
1858 



t F. Prn.v \»r P|-esi(]rnl 

S. Vaiu.i' Sn rcl.iiy 

1 Sillurson U 'rriMsurer 



The Zoo' enjoyed another 
fall's football festivities, and 
even had a mixer or two. Grub- 
by recorded all on film for the 
Coast Guard contigent return- 
ing in the spring. The whole 
house thrilled to have Troy Do- 
nahue leave a beautiful onion 
crop in New York and return 
for another year as wee wee. 
Rush improved four hundred 
percent. Monger started a 
pledge career with a fine 
second-half performance. Po- 
laroid moved into a new four 
mirror apartment. Fly crashed 
to entertain thousands at 
U.V.A., while Felix slid into a 
freight train. Eator showed the 
Zoo how to dance. Giraffe and 
the Vandals scourged southern 
Virginia while Syph lead a raid 
on Sweetbriar and the Tri-Delt 
House. 

Meanwhile. Godzilla's attack 
on South Building was foiled 
by the campus police. Angie 
took over Lurch's Porch, only 
to go bald and blind. Granville 
East praised his diligence. Sha- 
zam watered the garden for the 
Pi Phi House only to be ex- 
posed as an outside man. Shy- 
lock was last seen pondering a 
pay toilet in New York. Nowell 
rode a lame duck on a beach 
trip and Berg came down with 
mono. Eater came up with the 
top score, inauguarating a wild 
week. 






1. S, Williams 

2. M. White 

3. |. Geil 

4. N. Haigh 

5. V. Vance 

6. |. Blaek 

7. T, Meade 

8. A. Floyd 

9. C. Smith 

10. R. Patterson 

11. ). Pitt 

12. W. |ones 

13. W. WalS(m 

14. B. Boles 



15. D. 

16. A. 

17. T. 

18. B. 

19. M. 

20. V. 

21. G. 

22. C. 

23. M. 

24. B. 

25. H. 

26. B. 

27. T. 

28. R. 



Patterson 
Webb 
Alexander 
Blodgitt 
Nowell 
Raper 
Mercer 
Cline 
GravatI 
Dahle 
Haywood 
Lea 

Harvey 
Cowper 



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PHI KAPPA SIGMA 

Lambda Chapter 
1856 



Timothy S. MrKeithrtii I'residcnt 
James D- Peterson Vicr I'rpsiilent 
David B. Brown Treasurer 

Rex H, Todd Pledge Trainer 

|ohn R. Fernstrnm House Manat>er 
Stanley R. Lewis Secretary 



And lo, the warm days became shorter 
and cooler, and the Sons of Sam did jour- 
ney back to their common dwelling. They 
came in great force from both North and 
South and there was great unrest in the city 
of the Chapel on the Hill. For the Sons of 
Sam were of coarse stock and they turned 
away from righteousness. And the Lord 
was angered by their strong drink and de- 
baucheries. 

Yet the House of Sam was mended up 
and the gates were opened. And a multitude 
of women did enter the gates and were 
merry and well pleased. For the Sons of 
Sam put aside all their drunken and licen- 
tious ways for this occasion. And the Lord 
saw and was well-pleased. 

Yet, as always, the town games came to 
pass: and. yea, the House of Sam became 
once again a den of iniquity. And there was 
unrest and clamoring for more drink and 
more musicians to entertain. For the Chil- 
dren of Sam could not be satiated in their 
iniquity. 

Now the Sons of Sam were not strangers 
to the ways of righteousness; and they re- 
ceived great praise from the Council. For 
the Sons were neither weak of mind nor 
body, and Timothy had led them well. And 
there was rejoicing. 

Now the slaves of Sam became incensed 
because for their sloth they received harsh 
treatment. And they rose up in the dark of 
night and wreaked havoc on the House. 
And for this they were punished severely. 

And lo, the cold days became longer and 
warmer, and the Sons of Sam did sow early 
in the Spring. And many fine daughters of 
Sam were brought into the city to celebrate 
the Feast of the Slaves. And the House of 
Sam was but a Sodom or Gamorrah in the 
sight of the Lord. And the Sons carried 
women and drink even unto the sea. And 
there was no end to Ihoir shame and lasci- 
viousness. But the Day of Reckoning drew 
nigh with great haste, and within the House 
there was much wailing and gnashing of 
teeth. 

And in the sixth mcjnth all of the Sons of 
Sam departed from the city, some never to 
return and others ever to return. Yet all 
were of the blood of Sam, and they depart- 
ed with fond memories and a common 
bond. And the Lord saw this, and He was 
well-pleased. 



OKS 



OFFICERS - FRONT ROW. Peterson, Vice-Presidenf, McKeilh- 

an, President. SECOND ROW. Todd, Pledge 

Strom, House Manager BACK ROW: Brown, rreosurer; Lewis 

Secretary. 





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Amiong, Wrlliam R., '68 Miami, Fla. 

Atlerbury. William W.. "69: Radnor, 

Pa. 

Barkley, Patrick L, "69; Newlon 

Bennett, Charles M., "70: Atlanta, Ga. 

Bivt-ns, Bruce T,, '69: Wingale 

Brown. Qavid B., '68 Cnjenville, Del. 
Clyde, William M , '69: Media, Pa. 
Cross, Beniamin M , 69 Lenoir 
Esser, Richard B, ■68: Harlsdale. NY. 
lohn R. '68: Oxon Hill, 



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Cendrun, Gregury T,. '70 Roanoke. 

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Gfrh.T, David F, '70 Middletown, 

Ohio 

C;prg(tr>'. Ir. |ohn, '70: Hendersnnville 

Guenther, Earl L. '69: Los Angfles, 

Calif, 

Ham. lohn R., 'ee; Virginia Beach. Va, 

Helms. John B.. '68: Winyatt? 

Helms. William H.. '68 Wingale 
Herald. Mrton R,. 68; Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Lackey. Ir. Herman E.. 69: Slony 



Morgan, Charles R. 68 Allanla. Ga. 
Nelms. William H-. '68: Kannapolis 
Peterson, Victor S., '68: Bryson City 
Pipes, Victor D., '70: Lenoir 

Pope. Ir, C. H., "68: Magnolia 
Pyne. ]oseph H,. '70; Medomak, Me, 
Randolph, Angus M C. "69: 



Rapp. David M.. 

Va 

Richardson. Ill, A 



on, Roland |,. "68: Charlol 
Peter C. '70: Maiden, Ma 
I, Richard L. 70 Princi 



PI ALPHA KAPPA 

Tau Chapter 
1895 



Frederick S. Stevens President 

lames A. Harrell Vice-President 
Joseph T. lordan Treasurer 

Charles H, Sikes Secretary 

Thomas D. Wilson Social Chairman 



nKA 



The PiKAs came back stronger in numbers 
and spirit than ever before. Rockin' Ricky gave 
us an unbeatable social program which carried 
up through those 1-o-n-g-football games. The 
Supremes, Four Tops, and the Miracles are just 
a few of the groups we heard - on our juke box. 
After weeks and weeks of practicing, our chug- 
ging team. Trout, Gapes. Lurch, and Will, came 
in first on campus! The PiKA Beat Dook Pa- 
rade, sponsored annually by — Who else? — 
was colorful and inspired the team to come 
through at the last for a victory. The WWII 
party was a great success, but our manuevers in 
the "Arb" were routed by the Campus police. 
All of the sophomores became slicker and more 
accepted by getting lavaliered to any girl who 
would date them more than once — Stein 
played Santa, giving much deserved presents to 
everyone. 

Will said we were "going to do everything to- 
gether" this year, and when the upstairs show- 
er broke down, we believed him. Blakely got an 
apartment this year, but forgot to move. Funt 
spent first semester picking out china patterns 
— we don't know what he did second semester. 

Flea lived in an apt. but we aren't sure 
whose. Wonderful gave his culinary talents to 
the.XAII's this year and Jordan can't get his 
books balanced with the B.A. Dept. or Mrs. 
Sparrow. Flossie isn't pinned - it just looks 
that way and Sewage and Turn actually came 
back to the house this year - Now to get Stapp 
to leave!! 

PiKA takes the best in rush, and with Spring 
Germans, Jubilee, and Beach Weekend at the 
Hawaiian Village, the year quickly comes to an 
end . . . until summer school starts, that is! 



dm. Donald C, 69: Shpltty 
:ard. III. Bryro P , "69 Salisbiii 
ounl. Sumner E . m Wjnst.n 



Brown. Julian W.. '68. Murfrci 



Gardner. 111. O. Max. '69: Shelby 
Glenn, George A., "69: Wilson 



Hayes, Slephen T., '68: Winslon- 

Salem 

Hopkins. Thomas L., 69 Raleigh 

Ingram, Charles M , '70 Kenans 



Niven, David B, '68: Monroe 
Paksoy. jr , All B., 70: Shelby 
Rose, 111, Stanley H . '70: New Ca 
naan. Conn 
Sikes, ir , Charles H , 70: Greens 



Slapp, jr, Fred T,. 68 Chatta 
nooga, Tenn 

Slulls, II, Clyde L„ 69 Shelby 
Sullle, lames V , 68: Shelby 



Talon, Charles E., 70: 

Salem 

Thomas, Herberl H,. 



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GERMANS CLUB 

The Germans Club is one of the oldest and most 
renowned organizations on the Carolina campus. 
It dates back beyond 1890 and was first featured in 
the original Yackety Yack of 1901. 

The purpose of the club is to bring outstanding 
entertainers to Carolina. In the past, the club has 
sponsored large dances, but the emphasis today 
has shifted to sponsoring concerts. This past year, 
the Fall Concert featured Little Anthony and the 
Imperials and Barbara Lewis. A dance in the win- 
ter months in Durham headlined the Shirelles and 
Carla Thomas. 

The membership of the Germans Club is com- 
posed of twelve fraternities: Alpha Tau Omega, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, 
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma 
Nu, St. Anthony Hall and Zeta Psi. Only the mem- 
bers of these fraternities receive invitations to the 
concerts, although it is possible to purchase bids 
from members who choose not to attend. 



• Adams, William H., 69: 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Laird, Clinton S.. '69: Kappa 
Sigma 



Lassiter. Allen D., 70: Delta 
Kappa Epsilon 
Logue, Robert B., '68: Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon 



• Morris, David S., 
Gamma Delta 
Paksoy. Ir., Ali B.. 
Kappa Alpha 



• Sheperd. Walton S., '70: 
Kappa Alpha 

Smith. Garnett A., '69: Phi 
Delta Theta 



• Stanton, George L., '70: 
Sigma Chi 
Todd. Rixey B.. '69: Zeta Psi 



• Wilson. Stewart L.. '68: Phi 
Delta Theta 

Woodroof, 111, Albert C. 
'69: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 









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Pre-Germans Cocktail Party. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - Ronnie Bobo, Rush Chairmian: Pete Crauer, Court Chaii 
Rond/ Myer, President; John Callan, Vice-President. ABSENT: Jim Parrolt, Treasu 
Bob Bradner, Secretary. 




Interfraternity Council 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The social fraternities at Carolina since 1851 
have played an integral part in the lives of their 
members and in the general environment of the 
University. They offer the individual a means by 
which to mold and enrich his life at college; yet 
these advantages can be found only through the in- 
dividual's initiative. 

The Interfraternity Council, which meets on al- 
ternate Monday nights, made significant progress 
this year under the guidance of President Randy 
Myer. The Council serves as the legislative body 
governing the twenty-four social fraternities. The 
IFC Court is the judicial branch, which rules on 
and enforces penalties for social and rushing in- 
fractions. 



During the last administrative year, the IFC has 
established a $100 loan fund, IFC pledge represen- 
tatives, and a definite solicitation policy for the 
betterment of the system itself. This fall the court 
structure was updated, a stricter academic policy 
was passed, and the Carolina Greek was estab- 
lished under IFC leadership. Among service proj- 
ects were the UNICEF drive and the continuation 
of the IFC Blood Bank. Several new ideas will be 
continued and developed in the future, such as the 
elimination of the scholarship rule, the elimination 
of strict silence and the establishment of a coopera- 
tive purchasing association for all fraternities on 
campus. 



IFC. COURT - FRONT ROW: Robin Rouse, Pele Graver, Chairman; Buddy Chritzberg. John Callan. SECOND ROW: Rondy 
Worth, Haywood David, Tafi Snowdon, John Bratton, Randy Myer. 




I Alford, Guy F-. 69 Tarboro 
Anderson. Iva C. 69 Fayelleviile 
Anjjel. Bernard A. 69: VVinslon-Salem 
Atkins, III. Alfred W,. 70: Philadelphia. Pa 
Beasley. Charles B-. '70: Kinslon 
Bicksler. William H . '68: PoMsLmn. Pa 
Blair. lohn W . 69: Pillsboro 
Callan. John S-. 69 Manhassel. N.Y 

^Carlisle. Sam Q.. '70: Tarboro 
Cheshire. 111. John A . 69, Kings Mountain 
Cunningham, Reed L, 68 Spartanburg, S C 
Davis, |r-, James M,, '68 Morehead Cily 
Denning, Charles V . '69 Smithfield 
Downing. |ohn M.. '70: lacksonville 
Eadie, Robert B,, '69: Charlotte 
Edmonson. Alderl R . 69: Smithfield 
Ellison. lohn C. '69 Greensboro 

iErkkinen. Peter A.. '70: Riverside. R I 
Faunce. jr.. David B.. '69: Bryn Mdwr. Pa 
Graham. |r. William V,. 70 Belhesda, Md 
Gregory, |r , Nathaniel A.. 70 Durham 
Crilfuh. |r,. Frank |-. 69 iupiter. Fla 
Hall. Stewart K., '69 Rochester. N Y 
Hamilton. 111. Frank T. 70: Cincinnati. Ohio 



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Hartzog. Dan M.. '69: Raleigh 
• Hellebush. Peter L , 66 Godfrey, 111 
Holladay. James D . "69: Baltimore, t 
Johnson. Donald P. '68: Wilson 
Keezel, 11. Edward F 



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Park. Fla 



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Leigh. Robert L. '69: Grand Rapids, Mich 
Mann. 111. |ulian. '69 Raleigb 
Meares. |r . Carl W , 69 Fair Bluff 
Moure, 111. Joseph C . '70 Raleigh 

• Munday. Carl B. 68: Durham 
Paulsen. William F. '69 Kinston 
Porter. Jr , Thomas J . '69: Tarboro 
Raper. William C. '68 Asheville 
Reeves. David C. '68 Sanford 
Riggs. David L. "68 Morganton 
Rusmisell. Keith M . '69: Morganton 
Sewell. |r . Cecil W , 69: Morehead City 
Starling. Sampson A.. '68 Jacksonville 

• Teague. George M., "68 Morganton 
Tennille, George W . '68: Kinston 
Turner, John L„ '68: Pink Hill 

Von Rcisenberg. Charles G . '69: Fayettevilli 
Wannamker. Ill, C W, '68 Winston-Salem 
Webb, Thomas F, '70 Greenville 
Woodard. Clemen! B,. '68 Beaufort 
Woodruff, Jr , Leon F , '68 Selma 
Yates, John W , '68: .^sheboro 

• Young. James R . '68 Raleigh 
Betts. Jr. John M,. 68 Greensboro 
Brambletl. Aldon R . '70 Jesup. Ga 
Cherry. 111. Charles Q.. '68 Raleigh 
Cotne. John R,. '68: Charlotte 
Cumbie, Stephen M . "70 Greensboro 
Davis, im Neil O.. "70: Auburn. Ala 



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Dobson, Steven F.. "70: Cha 

• Douglass. Jeffrey L, '70: Hinghi 
Fryc. j 

Gleason. William M . 68 Cul' 
Cordon. William J . '68 Fairb, 
Gunter. Coke S . m Ashevilli 
Harn-11. 111. Lonnip C. 68 Sai 
Harlle. Christopher R . 69: Wash 
Heaton. Frederick C . 68: Raleigh 

• Heaton. David R.. '69 Raleigh 
Hickey. Jr . Howard M . '68 Greens 
Higdon. Jr . William L. '69 Honolul 
Inderlurlh, Karl F. 66 Charlotte 
Kulp. Robert W . "68 Winslon-Salei 
Little. Robert W.. 68: Cibsonville 
Liiileiobn. Ill, Thomas W., "70: Winst 
Maflitt. III. Ben C . 70 Charlotte 
Mauldin. Rodney B.. "68: Charlotte 

• McClure. Jr , William O . 69 Gasto 
McLean. Horace B.. 68: Greensbon: 
McPhaul. Donald M . 68 Raleigh 
Merrill. Tinsley R-. 70 Atlanta. Ga 
Milchill. Jr . William M , "68 Green 



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Neal. Jr.. R. Douglas. 69 Charlotte 
New. Edgar T.. 70 Greensboro 
New. Jr. John R. '69 Greenville. SC 

I Newlin. James W . '69 Burlington 
Nicholson. Jr. Don C. '70 Miami. Fla 
Osborne. Ill, Colin P. '68 Lumben.m 
Parker. Charles J . '70 Benson 
Patterson. Scott G.. '68 Chevy Chase. U 
Perry. Carl D . "70: Knoxville, Tenn. 
Phillips. James V-. 70 Greensbom 
Phillips. Sterling E . "68 Greensboro 
Pollard. Thomas L,. 70 Durham 

% R.igland. Edgar K . 68: Norfork. Va 
Rindfleisch. Donald L.. "69: Olympia Field 
Rockwell. David Allen. 70: Creensboni 
Ryder. Jack W.. 70 Burlington 
Schroeder. David P.. "69: Mansfield. Ohi 



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Stout. Jr. John C. "69: Charlotte 
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Wdlsh. II. Roberl A,. '70: Washinglon. DC, 

Winlon. Robert E-, '66: RaliMgh 

Y.iungET. jr.. Thomas C. 30: Wmslon-Balen 

AlUn, Sieve N.. eft Concord 

Bailyor, David R-. '69: Charlotle 

BenncM, Dave A.. '69: Burlington 

Binscb Brian D., '70: Charlotte 
JBii-ketl. lerry F.. '70; Knoxville. Tenn 

Blackwelder, |ohn A.. '68: Cherryville 

Boho, Ronald B . 68: Charlolte 

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Dellinger, III, |ohn B , '68 Cherryville 
Earnhardt, joe O . 69 Albemarle 
Emeison. Thomas T-, '70: Cincinnati, Ohio 

• Feamsler. jr.. Royden T,. '68: Salisbury 
Fuller. Stephen W , '70: Salisbury 
Caither. |ohn A.. '70: Hickory 
Gardner, James F. '69: Hickory 

ll.inK n.rvid G. '69 Grand Rapids, Mich, 
il.tirl.s..n |r , Robert C. 69 Cherryville 
Hubson. 111. Henty W . '68: Cincinnati. Ohic 
lluiill.v, ir, lames W, '69: Charlolte 
llunlliy William B, '69: Syracuse. NY 

• lellress. Charles N,. '70: Richmond. Va, 
InhnsMn, Knnald E , '70 Charlolle 
|uhii:,lun, |r , Richard 8 , '68 Norlh Wilkesbori 
Lund, Thomas R. 68 Charlotte 

Lyles. Ray V.. '69: Mooresville 
MacNaughton. |ohn P . "69 Charlotte 
McKoy. Victor P.. '68: Wilmington 
Means, William E,. '69: Charlolte 
Miller. Paul E,. '70: Charlolle 

• Mitchell, William G . '69: Raleigh 
Myrick. Roberl W,. '68 Smilhfield 
Nance, David D,. '69: Charlotte 
Nelson. Davis W. '69 Charlotte 
Norlhrop. Robert V . '69: Charlolte 
Plait. Alfred F. '69: Ossining. N Y 
Prudden. |ohn D,. '70 Palm Beach, pla 
Pyle, Charles | . '69: Weston. Conn 
Roberls, John P , 69: Charlotle 

• Shell. Michael P.. '68: Charlotte 
Snipes, Ray, '69: Atlanta, Ga 
Starnes, |erry S . '68: Hickory 
Stoul, |ohn E. '68: Norlh Wilkesboro 
lolherow. Jr.. Clarke C . '69 Charlolle 
Van Wagenen. Frederick. '68 Salisbury 
Warren. John M , 69: Tarboro 
Webster, [r , Lloyd D. '70 Madison 
Wedge. Roberl B. '69 Atlanta. Ga 

• Whilehursl, Roberl A . '69: Pans, France 
Wilbur. Roberl C. '69 Babylon. N Y 
Wilhelm. Miles L . '69 Belmonl. Mass. 
Albert. Conrad P,, '68: Weslfield, N,| 
Barba, Louis D . '69 Short Hills. N | 
Bealon. Bruce W. '68 Kinslon 
Behrman. Douglas N , '69 Chapel Hill 
Bode, Roberl V , '70 Raleigh 

• Branch. Franklin T.. '68 Allanla. Ga 
Brill, lames L,. "68 Newinglon. Conn 
Broili. Roberl T , '68 Raleigh 
Brown. lohn M , '68: Concord 

Bush. Louis K . 69 Sao Paulo. Brazil 
Carpenter. Thomas E . '68 Sarasola. Fla 
Cloniger. David S-. 70 Thomasville 
Glower. Lea A,, "69: Allanla. Ga. 
Colby. Basselt D.. '70: Welleslev Hills. Mass. 

• Colby. Whilney C, '68 Wellesley Hills. Mass 
Crawford, Asa H.. '70 Williamston 
Dannemann. Fred K . '69 Norfolk. Va 
Darrah. William C. '70 Marrapoisett, Mass. 
Davis. Stanley D,. 69: Chattanooga. Tenn 
Dielz, lohn E.. '69: Syracuse, NY 

Dodd, Zane A,. 69: Atlanta. Ga. 
Dunlevie. Steven S,. '70 Allanla, Ga 
Fletcher. Ralph H.. '68: ArlinEton, Va 

• Fletcher, Richard V, 70 Challanooga, Tenn 
Flickinger. Edward C . '69: Lima. Ohio 
Frost, Robert H , 69 Walerford. Conn 
Cadd. Ir . Hamilton M . '69 Allanla, Ca 



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Guy. William H , '68 Slatesville 
Hawfield, ir. William B,. '69 Charlolte 
Heys, Thomas B,. 69 Chattanooga. Tenn 

IHoback. Hames W. '70: Chattanooga. Tenn, 
Hodges, Andrew F, 68 Charleston, S C 
Hulliday, |oc L., '69 Challanooga. Tenn, 
Hope, Stephen D.. "69: Charlotte 
KeeL Donald S,. '68 Charlolte 
Kinzel, Robert C. '70 New York. NY 
Lacklen, |ay F,. '69: Greensboro 
Lambert. David 1 . '68: St Petersburg. Fla 
I.. 1 William D,. 70 Raleigh 

(In ingslon, jr.. Paul H.. "68: Laurinburg 
I Inyd. David P, '70 Albion. Michigan 
M. cleery. Harold A., '70: Sutfern, N.Y. 



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Rrad, It , Robert P . 68 Chapel Hill 
KickeCls. III. Thomas C. 70; Richmond. Va 
Roberls, Brace T . '69 Richmond. Va 
Russell. Peler R . 69 Manchester. Mass. 
Saivyer |r . Harold M . 68 Wilmington. Del 
Smith, Henry L. OS Tallahassee. Fla 
Steinbrecher. .Man K . 68 Dearborn. Mich 
Strickland. I C. '68 Bloomfield Hills. Mich 

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Yelverton. lohn C. G6 Arlingtor 
Wilson. Tug. 70: Winnelka. Ill 
Adams. William H . 69 Charlolt 
Anderson Ml. Esley O. 70 Chai 
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Cocke. |r. William B. 69 Wilmington 
Coleman. Alexander C . '69 Charleston. 
Covinton. Edward H . '69 High Point 
Davis, lohn H . 69 Winslon-Salem 
Davis. Kenneth R . 70 Durham 
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Espy, William W. 69 Savannah. Ga 
Foscue. Charles T . 70 High Point 
Frank: |r . Clinton E. 69 Winnetka. Ill 
Fuller. Stephen W . '70: Oyster Bay. N Y 
Goodman. Richard P . "68: Salisbury 
Grauer. Peter T , '68: Gladwvne. Pa 
Gray. Bernard. '70: Washington. D C 

► Gray III. |ames A. 70: Winston-Salem 
Gr.bcle. Garland D . '68 Raleigh 
Hdgan 111. Charles T . '70 Greensboro 
Harris. lohn W . '69 Charlotte 
Hedman. Kent S . '68 Wilmington 
Hill. III. Horace F. '70 Charlotte 
Hilmer 111. Arthur C . '70 Ciral Gables, 
limes. 111. Thomas M . 70: Spartanburg. ! 
Hiilderness. Richard T. '68: Greensboro 

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King. 111. Walter W-. '68 Greensboi 
Klutlz. Robert H.. '70 Salisbury 
Klutlz. William C. '68: Salisbury 
Umm. Rudson W . 70: Wilson 
Ussiler. Allen D., '70 Winston-Sal. 

• Lord. Alexanders . '70: Lyons-te-Foi 
Ludington. R , 69 Coconut Grove, Fla 
MacCorkle, |ohn L. '69 Charleston, W V 
McCarroll, SIcven M,, '68; Waynesville 
McCotter, |ohn M , '68 New Bern 
McDonald, [r. Morris I . 68: Atlanta. Ga 
Moisten. Peter C-. '68 Atlanta, Ga 
Overlock. [r, W | , '68: New Canaan, Coi 
Pressly, Jennings G,. '69 Greenville, S C 

• Pnesler, Frederick C. '68: Davenport, low 
Pruden. lames N. '70: Edenton 
Rallerty, Kenneth R. '7a Dublin, Ireland 
Ragsdale, Tomas C, "69: [ameslown 
Ramsay. David A.. '69 Chapel Hill 
Rhodes. Thomas 1 . '69: Williamston 
Riker. III. Philip. '68 Paterson. N | 
Ross. Donald O. '70 Hamden. Conn 
Royall. 111. Kenneth C, 69 Durham 

• Sawyer. L E. '68 Ellzabelh City 
Spalding, lack | . '68 Atlanta. Ca, 
Swensor, B M . '68: Dallas. Tex. 
Taylor. |r . [oseph O . '68 Sanford 
Thomas. III. Fred A . '69 High Point 
Tnomey. Robert C , '68 Greenville. S C 
Vogler. William N . '69: Bowling Green, h 
Williams, Brooke N,. '68 Ridgewood. N | 
Woodson. |r . Paul B . '68 Wilmington 

• Younl. Peler S. '69 Winston-Salem 
Zimmerman. C H. '70 Summerville. SC 
,\llen. Dwighl W , '68: Goldsboro 
Ayash. Gary H , '70: Wilmington 
Bennett, [ohn B. jr. '69: Cullowhee 
Butler, Robert H , '69 Gaslonia 
Coleman, Robert F 111. '68 Wilmington 
Cooke, Randolph B, '69: Wilkesboro 

• Cravet, |r . T E, 69: Mounlain Lakes, N 
Cunningham, Brace T , '70 Charlotte 
Culling, lames E . '69 Annapolis. Md 
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Hinton. Charles L III. '69 Elizabeth City 
IshrrwiKKl. jr. George. 69: Springfield. Pa 
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Lloyd. Richard P |r . "69: Wllmlnglon. Del. 
Long. William E.. '68 Newlon 
McElroy. Frank |,. '70: Glen Rock. N | 
McNabb. [r , Rodney C. 69: Zebulon 
Meeker. Michael D . '69: Asheville 

• Mees. William N,. 68: Hunlinglon. NY, 
Milstead. Stephen K,. '69: Statesville 
Morgan. Douglas W,. "69: Canton. Ohio 
Mosleller. Robert P . '70 Lincolnlon 
Murphy. Thomas L. '69; Salisbury 
Murray. Danny R,. '70: Asheville 
Myer. Charles R . '68: Geneva. Ill, 
Nanney. |r,. Louis W,. '70: Rutherfordton 
Nemelh. |ohn W,. '68: Fairfield. Conn. 

• Potter. Richard C. '68: Paris. France 
Ramsay. |ohn E.. '70: Salisbury 
Respess. L M. fr,. '70: Virginia Beach. Va. 
Ringle. Andrew D,. '70; Chevy Chase. Md. 
Robinson. |r,. Royce W . '69: Gaslonia 
Rose. William D . '69: Fremont 

Sadler. |r. lames C . '70: Charlotte 
Sessoms. Stuart M |r. '69: Belhesda. Md 

• Shellhaas. Stephen S,. '70; Lubbock. Tex. 
Smith. Gregory W . '69: Atlanta. Ga. 
Toms. |r . Francis R . '68: Petersburg, Va. 
Tracy. Robert S,. '69; Hickory 
Wallace. Scott B.. '69: Chapel Hill 
Williams. Arthur R . '70 Greensboro 
Wolcotl. William F 111. '68 Asheville 
Barnetl. Thomas V . '68 Atlanta. Ga 
Bell. Robert D . "70 Atlanta. Ga 

• Bell. |r. William M . '69; Windsor 
Bruce. Branson K.. '70; Raleigh 
Butler. Clifford R . '70- Dunn 
Coppedge. W T |r.. '69: lacksonville. Fla. 
Chrlelzberg. Ir . Wm. D.. '70; Chapel Hill 
Fawsetl. Robert H . '68: Washington, D.C. 
Garrison. Steve K.. '70: Burlington 

Gray. Allan B-. '70: High Point 
Harris. Malcolm E.. '70: Raleigh 

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Hill, lonalhan R . '69 Dunn 

Holland. William S . '69: Slatesville 

Hunter. 111. Alex M . '69: Atlanta. Ga 

Hubbard 111. Buckley. '70: Erie. Pa 

lohnson. Lee B . '69 Dunn 

Jordan. Dick. '70; Charlotte 

Langdon. Bradley S.. '70; Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

• Miles. |r . lames W . '70 Greensboro 
Moore. Michael B . '70; Raleigh 
Moring. Thomas B,. '70 High Point 
Newman. 111. George F. '69: Greensboro 
Nye. Glenn C. '68: Narberth. Pa 

Orr. Robert F . '68 Hendersonville 
Page, loseph. '70: Roanoke Rapids 
Perry. Richard T,. '68: Pittsburgh. Pa 
Poe. |r,. Charles A,. '69: Dildo. Mo. 

• Priest. |r. Gordon W. '69 Baltimore. Md. 
Rhyne. Richard B . '68; Raleigh 
Ringhaver. Randal L . '69; St Augustine. Fla. 
Shepherd. 111. W S . '69: Charleston. W. Va. 
Shouse. William C . '70; Lexington. Ky, 
Shreve. Brandon W.. '68; Westport. Conn. 
Smith. Martin D . '69 Hickory 
Steinemann. Jr. Frank. '70; Columbus. Ohio 
Stewart.'Thomas P . "69: Petoskey. Mich, 

• Swann. Michael A. '69: Curatu. Cortequay 
Trask. Richard T B. '68 New York. NY 
Travis. William B , '68 lacksonville. Fla 
Wandell. Frederick H. '70: Princeton. N.] 
Warren. |r . Robert A,. '70; Raleigh 
Webster. George A,. '70; Madison 
White. |r . Robert S . '68: Raleigh 
Williams. 111. Thomas N . '68: Bethesda. Md. 

• Winter. Kenneth H . '70 Raleigh 
Wyall. Vincent C. '70 Raleigh 

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Blackburn. Norman G. '68: Chapel Hill 
Coble. Charles M,. "68 Laurinburg 
Connolly. Robert I, '68 Penn Wynne. Pa, 
Cowan. III. Everett C. •68; Parkesburg. Pa, 
DeRiemer. Neil B. '68 Wayne. Pa, 
• Elliot. |r . |ohn D . "70: Chartolle 
EIrod. Thomas L . '70; Charlotte 
Cilkey. |r . John M . '68: Marion 
Flanagan. Richard D . "69 Wilmington. Del. 
Hackney. William R . '70: Charlotte 
Hammerbeck. Edward C . '68 Arlington. Va. 
Hankins. 111. Irvin W. 68 Charlotte 
Hillard. |ohn R . '68 Wesltield. N | 
Keams. Robert A,. '69 Statesville 

^Knight. Henry C. '68 Durham 

Kornegay. Alonzo D. '69; Statesville 
Leake. Hansford B. '69 WinstonSalem 
Lipscomb. |r . Nathan. '69, Webster Grove. Mo. 
Marquette. Daniel I . '68; Pompano Beach. Fla. 
Pate. |r . Herbert W . '70 Kinston 
Pinyoun. Roy R . '68 Raleigh 
Richardson. Lance B,. '68; Washington 
Richter. |r. Uwrence E . '68 Mt Pleasant. S.C. 



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• Salval], RonaJd C, 68 Fl Lauderdale, Fla 
Terry, [r . James W . 70: Rockingham 
Tucker, lames H . 70: Greenville 
WaCson. Charles M.. eO: Krnslon 
Williams, lerry A., 70 Rockingham 
Wood. III. Robert B . "69: Statesville 
Zeltel. Norman | . 68 Marlinsville. N | 
Zimmerman. Micheal D . 69: Lexington 

• Anderson, jr.. M M , 68 Charleston. W Va 
Baxter. Thomas S . 69 Langley AFB. Va 
Beavers. Micheal C . 70: Virginia Beach. Va 
Clauset. Thomas C. 70: Winston-Salem 
Cobb. W Thurston. '69: Goldsboro 
Conine. Waller L. '68: Statesville 
Crawford, Bruce H , "68 Greensboro 
Cutcliffe, III, James E . '68 Holden. Mass 
Parish. Charles M . '69 Ann Arbor. Mich 

• Fidler, David R . '68 Charlotte 
Galloway. Samuel B. '70 Valpariso, Fla 
Fish. David A. '69: Alexandria. Va, 
Greenwood. II. Sam K. '70 Franklin 
Heafner. William H . 69: Lincolnton 
Hoback. Jr.. George H, 69: Bluetield, W Va 
Hopkins. Larry D. '69 Norwood 
Hunter, Robert N . '69 Greensboro 
Kattenburg. Philip C. '69 Vienna. Va, 

#Liipfert, Charles J, '70: Fort Valley. Ga 
Limehouse. Thomas W . '89 Charleston. S C 
Martin. Jr . George 0,. '69: Baltimore, Md, 
Neal, John W , '69 Hamlet 
Neher. William K,. '70: Greenwich. Conn 
Peacock. Joel A-. '69: Laurinburg 
Pultz, David A,, '69 Greensboro 
Rainey, Petrie M,, '68: Chattanooga, Tenn 
Rvan, Marquis J. '70: Vienna. Va, 

• Smith. Alan K . '68: Silver Spring. Md 
Walker. Kenneth L . '68: Burlington 
Weslerholm, II. Harold S , '68: Oxford 
Whitaker. Dan P. '68 Louisville. Ky 
Adams. Richard M . '70 Birmingham. Ala 
Anderton, Jr . C H . '69 Chattanooga. Tenn 
Babcock. Richard R . '69 Charlotte 
Bagwell. Ronald R . '68 Raleigh 
Barber. John L. '68 Raleigh 

• Bell, lames F , '69 Raleigh 
Blount, Wdliam G , '68 Greenville 
Brantley, lulian C. '70 Rocky Mount 
Bratton. John R,. '70 Raleigh 
Can, William B , '68: Greensboro 
Clark, Arthur B . '68 Indianola, Miss 
Craven, Robin C. '70: Roxboro 
Gulp. III. Robert G , '68: High Point 
Davis, lohn K, '69: Winston-Salem 

• Dom, Joseph W , '70 Atlanta, Ga. 
Farthing. |r . William P. '70: Charlotte 
Federal. |r . William A . '69 Charlotte 
Ferguson. Robert H , '70 Raleigh 
Fontaine, lames R . '70: Raleigh 
Foy. Glenn E.. '70: Statesville 
Gaither. |r . Ferby G. '70: Statesville 
Galyon. III. Luther A. '68 Knonvdle, Tenn 
Godshall, J H., '70: Mexico. D,F, Mexico 

• Haywood, Hubert B , '68: Raleigh 
Henderson, George W , '70: Atlanta. Ga 
Hunter. Thomas B.. '70: Rockingham 
Kelly, Frank B,. '69: Macon, Ga 
Lynch, Jr, Charles E., '68, Bennettsville, S C 
Mayse, John D , '69 Forest City , 
Parker, Henry W , '70 High Point -• 
Phipps, Eugene H , '69 Rocky Mount ' 
Pool, Murphy P. '69: Clinton 

• Purdy, William R . '68 Burlington 
Raney. |r,. Wdliam A . '69^ Wilmingt 
Ridenhour. Calvin B,. '69 Charlotte 
Roessler. Custave M . '70 Clarksdale 

Rudolph. Vernon C. '70: Winston-Saic.i, j. ,. .^, 

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Teague. Jr.. Charles W . '68 High Poir 
Tilley. Ir . Thomas G . '68 Winston-Sa 
Trott. William M . 68 Raleigh 
Webb, Henry T., '70: Albemarle 
Wester. John R.. '68: Rockingham 
Williams. Ludolph G . '69: Rockinghar 
Wilson. Ill, Peter T„ '68: Winston-Sali 
> Wilson, |r. Stewart L, 68. Raleigh 
Winstead, Samuel B, '68 Roxboro 
Worth, Randolph U, '68 Raleigh 

Wright, 111, James | , '68 Greensboro ,^ ,, . . , 

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« Cannaday. Kenneth S.. '68: Chariot 
Elmore, II. |ohn A.. '70 Wilmingtoi 
Gaskins. Ir. Charles P.. '69: Greenv 
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lolhfte. III. Thomas P., '68: Newport New 
Kelly. |ohn E,. 70: Beaumonl. Tex. 
Lamm. Averelle M.. 70: Wilson 
Lee. Robert H.. 70: Wilson 
McCall. |r . Jack 0-. 69: Midland. Tex. 
McGrath, Malcolm E. 68: Lumberton 
McUughlin. |f.. C A.. '69 Southern Pir 
Miller. Richard |.. 66: Milwaukee. Wis. 

• Miller. Ronald W . '68. Milwaukee. Wis 
Moore. III. lames B . 68: Washinglon 
Morris. David S , '68: Broadway 
Paschal. III. GeoTJe W,. 69: Raleigh 
Patterson. William N.. '69: Manhassel. 1 
Tanner. Ir.. James M.. '68: Birmingham. 
Taylor. |r.. Aubrey B-. '69: Greenville 
Titchener. William R.. '69: Wilson 
Venters. Ir.. E. Jerome. '69: Richlands 

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Wirth. George B-. '69: Warminster. Pa. 
Wood. Richard W . '68 Midland. Tex 
Woodward. Edgar E . '70: luarez. Mexico 
Wright. Ir, Robert T , '68: Bethlehem, Pa 
Alcott, Roy I , '69: St Peteniburg, Fla 

• Broom, Richard A, '70 Fayettcville 
Clemens, William J , '68 Leesburg, Va, 
Daniel, Uwrence K., '68 Wilmington, Del. 
deCaslrique, Mark D , '70: Charlotte 
Duncan, Norman S , '70: Winston-Salem 
Fells, Michael M , '69 Bangkok, Thailand 
Gibson. Jr. Clyde W . '70: Launnburg 
Hawkins, lames J . '70: Hampton. Va 
Heavener. Lewis R . '69 Gastonia 

• Hunsaker. Charles G . '70 Arlington. Va. 
Ison. Frank H . '70: Charlotte 

Lewis. William J.. '68: Charlotte 

Liles. Jr. lohn U . '69: Raleigh 

Mabrv. Jr. Ira G . '6ft Charlotte 

McCormick. 111. William H . '68 Greensboro 

Purdy. Frank P . '69. Raleigh 

Siebenschuh. Frederick R . '68 Morehead City 

Thomas. Myron N . '68 Charlotte 

• wood. Ir. William Z.. '69 Winston-Salem 
Worley. David G . '70: Asheville 
Barlow. lames C, '69: West Jefferson 
Barnes. Jr , Henry F. '68: Bel Air, Md. 
Blount, George W , 68: Raleigh 

Boak, leffrey R., "70: West Hartford, Conn. 
Cole, Christopher W., '70: St. Petersburg. Fla. 
Duttera. Jr. Wayne B . '70: Jacksonville, Fla, 

• Fawcelt. Jr., George T , '68: Ml Airy 
Galloway, III, Hunter H , '68: Greensboro 
Gantt, Stephen M , '69: Bethel Park, Pa 
Garner, Terry R , 69: Newport 
Gingras, Terty J , '69: Melrose, Mass 
Griffin, Philip W , '6ft Jamesville 
Grubb, Gene, '70: Durham 

Hinshaw. Jr , Roland F . '69 Greensboro 
Hux. Jr , Clifton M , 6ft Weldon 
Jenkins, Jr , Everette E, '69: Concord 
Jolly, Bruce O., '69: McLean, Va 
Little, Jr , James B,, '69 Greenville, S C. 
Ludlow, Jr , James M , '69: Arlington. Va. 
Marble. Warren N.. '69: South Orleans. Mass. 
Murray. Marshall R . '69: Raleigh 
Radford. Jon D.. '69 Louisburg 
Roadman. Larry S . '68: Margaretville. NY, 
Rollins. William K-. '69: Newport News. Va. 

• Romm. James E-. '70: Moyock 
Romm. William H,. '70: Moyock 
Sanders. Clyde D.. '70: Franklin 
Sigler. Howard S , '70 Columbia, S C. 
Sistare, Charles E., '70 Charlotte 
Strickland, Arthur P., '69: Alexandria, Va. 
Walker, Charles B , '69 Miami Springs, Fla. 
Walker. III. Owen. '66 Raleigh 

Watson. Richard N,. '68: Red Springs 

• Watson. Robin A.. '70: Red Springs 
Wesley. Jr., Robert N , "69: Winston-Salem 
Whichard, Jr., Ernest B., '68: Robersonville 
White, Robert C. '68: Simsbury. Conn. 
White. Robert E.. '68 Concord 

Wilson, Philip R , '69. Mt Olive 
Witter, Gary F, '69 Raleigh 
Williams, Burch I , '69 Tulsa, Okla 
Wyatt, Walter K., '70 Waynesville 
«Baer, Melvin J., 'Bft Dunn 

Batchelor, Walter F, '70 McLean, Va. 

Black. Lewis N,. '70: Silver Spring. Md. 

Brown. Gary W.. '70: Greensboro 

Camp. Allan R . '70 Chapel Hill 

Cohen. Louis B . '70 Wilmington 

Davis. Jr. Everett V . '69 Knox. Pa 

Doss. William R.. "69 Winston-Salem 

• Dudley. James E. '69: Clinton 
Eisenband. Arthur. '68: Brooklyn. NY 
Fleishman. Mark A.. '69 Fayetteville 
Galloway. Thomas A . "70 Walpole. N H 
Ginsberg. David M . "68: Hudson. N Y 
Glenn. John F,. '69 Dalton. Ga 

Glenn. Robert L. "70: Hickory 

Harris. David M . '70 Chattanooga. Tenn 

Haslam. Milton T . '70 Charlotte 






• kirby. Charles W . 70: King 
U Barre. David Q . '68; Durham 
McAllister. lames C , 70 Salisbury 
Mendelsohn, Howard D . 70 Fayetteville 
Moff. David A , 70: Dunn 
Moore, jack. 70: Wallace 
Neuwirlh. Marvin R,. 70: Wilmington 
Riller. Michael B,. 70- Port Chester. NY 
Schonfeld. Warren H.. '69 Orange. Conn 

• Schult2. Howard S . 69. Durham 
Solomon. Lon N,. 70: Portsmouth. Va 
Stallmgs. Wallace D . 69 Rocky Mount 
Stotf. Eric H. 69 Jamaica. NY 
Stromeyer. William M . 69 Athetton. Calif 
Synng. David L. 69: Chapel Hill 
Thomasson. Roy L.. '69 Hamptonville 
Wade. Michael K.. '69: Wmston-Salem 

• Armour. Barry S,. '68 Philadelphia. Pa 
Belden. Joseph C. "68 Port Washington. NY 
Bradley. John H . 69: Ml Airy 
Broadfool. III. William G. '69 Wilmington 
Carler. Chrislopher L. '70: Washington. DC 
Chambers. Donald M . 68 Louisville. Ky 
Dennison. Robert K.. '70: New York. N Y 
Dusenbury. Philip R,. '69: Tryon 
Gatins. loseph F . '68:- Atlanta. Ca. 

• Leech. Thomas H . "69: Chattonooga. Tenn 
Lipson. Peter S . "68: Sugar Hill. N.H 
MacNelly. |ef(rey K.. '69 Cedarhursl. N Y 
McCullough. |ohn A . "68: Hanover. Mass 
Offen. III. Roger L. "69: Stamford. Conn 

Pyne. John S . '68 Far Hills. N i »^ «. ^ ..« 

Rand, lohn F. '69 New York. NY ^ "-^k^ ^\-: ^ ' .^^. .A^^ .^M^^ ^^T W^ ^^N-^.. W ■?, 

Stnckler. David W . '69 Atlanta. Ci 
West. John R,. '68: Unionville. Pa 

• Whitehill. Philip T. "70: Tulsa. Okl. 
Wylie. Bruce L . '68: Hanover. N.H 
Aiken. Joel W . '69 Morrow. Ga 
Arnold. Patrick A . '68: Atlanta. Ga 
Barnum, Richard N . '70: Darien. Ct 
Bales. Jr.. William B.. '70: Slingerlands. NY i 
Brand. Peter S . '70: Washington. D C ,^ 
Brethen. III. Charles A,. '68 Crosse lie. Mich V 

• Bul2. Sidney T. '70 Charlotte 
Calhoun. Eric R . '69 Sarasota. Fla 
Cathey. Frank M . "68: Charlotte 
Colyer. |r . Robert F. "70: Jacksonville. Fla 
Coxe. Richard B. '68: Darlinglon. SC 
Crawford. III. Robert H.. '70 Charlotte 
Daniel. John A G . '69 Charlotte 
Daniel. Jr . William A.. '70 Houston. Tex 
Graham. III. Alexander H . "70: Durham 

• Hamill. William H B. "69 Princeton. N J 
Harrell. Frank B . "69 Greensboro 

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Logue. Jr . Robert B . '68 Atlanta. Ga 
Martin. Jr.. Larry L. '70: Fairmont 
Moore. III. Marion R.. "70: Atlanta. G. 
Moms. James D . "69: Greensboro 
► Newton. Jr.. Lee T. "70 Forsyth. Ga 
Norton. Nathaniel G.. "69 Naples. Fla 
Oliphanl. Bryan Q.. "70: Hoboken. N | 
Peebles. Lyston C. '69: Greenville. S I 

Poer. Jr. David H. '68: Atlanla. Ga —^ , . B^^y k - ^- V \- " 

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Saunders. Drew C. '70: Wayne. Pennsylva 

• Sherman. Jr . Levering B . 69 Charlotle 
Skeen. Thomas L . '69: Ballimore. Md 
Smith. Kenneth M . '70 Charlotte 
Thompson. M S . '68 Fort Worth. Tex 
Trotter. John B. 69 Charlotle 

Upton. III. Luther ] . '70: Winston-Salem 
Wessell. III. John C. "68 Wilmington 
West. Carl A . "69 Camden. S C 
West. Roger G . '69: Baton Rouge 

• Wilson. Loyal W. '70: New Castle. Pa 
Woodall. Thornton S-. "70: Allanta. Ga 
Woodroot. III. Albert C. "69 Greensboro 
Worcester. SIcvcns J.. "70 Greenwich. Coi 
Zaccini. Thomas P . "69 Hamlramack. Mii 
Baggcll. Fred P.. '69 Reidsville 

Baley. III. Lewis |.. '69; Shelby 
Barnes. Jr.. James H,. '68: Greensboro 

• Bradner. Robert B,. '68: High Point 
Chambers. Ludwell L,. '70 Charlotte 
Clark. John Drane. '70: Hickory 
Coffey. Smith D,. '69: Greensboro 
Collins. Vernon L . '69: Greensboro 
Conner. Jr.. Charles H.. '68 Charlotte 
Daniel. Max L. '68 Charlotte 
Davis. Richard B.. '68 Greensboro 
Harris. John G . "69: Sumter. S C 

• Hunt. |r. Torrence M.. "70: Pittsburgh. Pa 
Jones. C; Phillips. "68: Greensboro 
Koonlz. Gilbert Q . '69 High Point 
Lennon. George W-. '70; Lumberton 
Levy, Richard D . '70: Greensboro 
Lewis. Ricky L. '69 Greensboro 
Michalove. Ronald S . '69 New York. N Y 
McCrary. Jr . Robert A . '69 Rockingham 
McKennan. Andrew F. '70 Alexandria. V 



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Slanton. George L„ 70: Greensboro 
Thomas. Leon C. 70: Orecnsburo 

^ Thompson. David N,. 70: Greensboro 
Albrighl. Sluarl A., 70; Caslonia 
Angell, III. Monrovie 1„ 68: Slalesville 
Black, III. Norman M.. 69; Charlolle 
Bnckhousr. Charles A.. '69: Chapel Hill 
Buck. Roberl L.. 70: Chapel Hill 
Buckner. |ohn K . 'Bg' Chapel Hill 
Cassniy. |r.. Richard M . 70: Annandale 

• Chalk, jr.. William a. 70 Mnrehead Cil 
Cheshire. |oseph B . 70: Raleigh 
Cochrane. |r. Haywood D-. 70: Woldon 
Cochrane, Lulher P., 70 Weldon 
Craylon. |r. Paul W., '68 New Bern 
Domma. Waller L . *68; N Spring! 
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Ipock. Ir. William H. 70 Greenville 
lohnson. George L. '69: Goldsboro 
jordon. Michael L. '69: Raleigh 
Kelly. Richard E . '69: Severna Park. Md 
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Ray. E Alslon. 70; Birmingham, Ala- 
Rice. Ir.. Robert C. '69; New Bern 

• Rodgers. Richard T . '68; Cashiers 
Rouse, III. Robert D.. '69 Farmville 
Silver. |r.. Charles H.. '68: Raleigh 
Swam. jr. Lindian J. '69 Durham 
Thompson. II. Charles E.. '68; Winston-Salem 
Thompson. John P.. '69; Greensboro 
Tilterud. William F. '69: Laguna Beach. Calif. 
Voliva. Edward L . '69: Belhaven 
Westerlund. |r . Albcrl F. '69 Charleston, S C 

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Ciccone. jr.. |ohn G. '68 Dunn 
Clark. G Howard. '70; Greenville 
Cooke, jr. Ralph M. '69 Elkin 
Crownover. William W. '70 Asheville 
Davenport. Bill T. '68 MorcheatI Ctiv 
Earnhardt, lames W.. '70 Monresnllr 
FaiicettB. David H,. '70 Swann.inoj 

• Garrett. Aaron D. '69 Matthews 
Cooden. Michael D. 69 Eliz.ihelhlowo 
Hamrick. 111. Alger V , '6H Shelby 

Hughes. William T i.« Hiirliii;;l.iji 
Kausch, lohnl. i.'i \1. ■.:.:,. ;, \| 

Long. Roberl II i. 

McDougald. jntii, i . .,; , : .. 
Mains. II. Th 1..;, r .,'i i ., !,.«liee 

• Outlaw. Ir. lohiiT hU Ral.iijh 
Parker. John R.. '70 Murfreesboro 
Pope. Tony L. '68 Hickory 
Powers, lames W,, 69: Elkin 
Seawell. Christopher L.. '68 Greensboro 
Talberl. Terry L,. '69 Lincotnton 
Tomlinson. John G,. '69 Candor 
Wallace. Ml. lames Y . 69 Sparlanburg. ; 
Wallace. John D . '69: Winter Park. Fla 

• Wester. Ir.. Clifford C. 69: EasI Point. C;. 
Womble. |r. lames D.. '68 Murfreesboro 
Adier. Alan | . '70 Charlolle 

Binnick. Warren S. '70- Charlotte 
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• Dahan. Elliol. '68: Rego Park. N,Y, 
Dalnolf. Glenn M. '69: Hickory 
Dillofr. Neil 1.. Miami. Fla. 
Enlen. D. Robert. '68 Baltimore. Md 
Gerard. Frodric M.. '68, Massapcqua. N V 
Glasscr. Paul L,. '68; Bradley Beach. N | 
Goldberg. Frank E.. '68; Charleston. S-CJ, 
Goldman. Lee S . '70: Salisbury 
Cross. Gary R,. '68: Asheville 



• Grosswald. Ralph R, 68 Charlollc 
Hockfield, Edward |.. 68 Durham 
Hoof. lames B,. 70: Annapohs. Md- 
lacobs, Kennelh A.. 70: Charleslon, S.C. 
Lester. Daniel | . '69 lenkmtown. Pa 
Lubman. Bruce M-. 69 Livingston. N | 
Myers. Charles S.. m- Concord 
Ochsman. Roberl B,. '69: Silver Spring. Md 
Parker. Michael W. 69 Jacksimville 

• Peres. Kennelh R . 70; WashinRlon 
Porill. Gary 1.. 69: Brooklyn. N Y 
Ronman. Peter E . '69: Chapel Hill 
Rosen. Stewart W . 69 Philadelphia. Pa, 
Seitlin. Lawrence S , 70: Miami. Fla 
Shallant. David E . eg- Greensboro 
Silveretein, Eric H . 68: Charlolte 
Simon. Lloyd N . 69 Rockville Centre. N Y 
Sobelson. |oel S,. 70: Livingston. N | 

• Sperling. Michael H . 70: N Plainfield. N | 
Strauss. |r.. |oseph W-. '69: Wilson 

Wall. Michael A . 69: Chapel Hill 
Werner. Roger D . '68: Great Neck. N Y 
Winkelman. Martin F . '69: Brooklyn. N Y 
Blue. F Richard. "68: Atlanta. Ga 
Cooper. Stephen E.. "68: Greensboro 
Feldman. Paul S.. 68: New Rochelle. N Y 

• Finlayson. Oren A.. 70 Raleigh. N C 
Foreman. Robert B.. "6ft Glencoe. Ill 
Fox. Steven F,. '68: Atlanta. Ga 
Goldberg. Richard N. "69: Norwich. Conn 
Grossman. Steven H.. "69 Richmond. Va 
Haber. |ohn L. "70: Asheville 
Hammer. Alvin 1.. "69: Columbia. S C 
Hyman. Stanley A.. "68. Greensboro 
Kabal. Lee S . 68 Greensboro 

•Karro. Marshall H.. "68: Charlotte 
Katz. Michael D-. "69 Orlando. Fla 
Kaufman. |r.. Gus B.. 68: Macon. Ga 
Kiel. David H.. 68 High Point 
Khoze. Solomon S.. "68: Richmond. Va 
Manekin. Robert A,. "70: Baltimore. Md 
Miller. Howard G . "69: Birmingham. Ala 
Mills. Steven R . "68 Asheville 
Patterson. |effrey D.. "70: Atlanta. Ga 

• Savltz. Stephen T-. "69: Columbia. S C 
Schochet. Kenneth B.. "69: Asheville 
Schulman. Richard A.. "69: Chattanooga. Tenn 
Schwartz. Arthur | . 69: Atlanta. Ga. 
Siegel. Paul N.. 70: Walterboro, S.C 
Slovis. Norman L. "69 Winston-Salem 
Smith. Mark C. "69: Atlanta. Ga, 

Zibart. Henry H.. "69 Nashville. Tenn 

• Bailey. III. Joseph S.. "68: Washington, DC 
Black. III. lames B,. '68 Richmond. Va 
Boles. William B . 70: Wilson 

Cowper. Richard G . '69 Kinston 
Floyd. Alexander G. '70: Oxford 
Hargrove. III. Waller C. "69: Tarboro 
Harvey. 111. Thomas H,. "70: Kinston 
Holman. Joseph W . 69: Wilmington 
loncs. IV. Richard W,. "69: Camp Hill. Penna 

• Lassiter. Will H-. 70: Smilhfield 
Manning. George T. "70: Raleigh 
Meade. |r . Forest C. "68: Leyington 
Mercer. |r . George R.. "68 Richmond. Va 
Morrison. Hugh H,. 70 Concord 
Patterson. David R . "69 New Bern 
Patterson. Ralph E. "70: Little Rock. Ark 
Parrott. Jr.. James M.. "69: Kinston 

Pitt. Joseph W . "69: Tarboro 

• Raper. Vann C. "70: Lexington 
Silterson. 111. Simon C. "69: Kinston 
Smith. Clark. "69: Raleigh 

Snow.lon. Jr.. H, Taft. "69; London. Ennlanil 
Todd. Rixey B,. "69: Princeton. W Va 
Vance. Victor S.. '68: Chapel Hill 
Walslon. IV. Henry H . "70; Wilson 
White. Ir . Syndor M . "70; Raleigh 
Wood. Michael B,. "68, Greensboro 



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ALPHA 


KAPPA 


PSl 


Alpha Tau Cha 


pter 




1925 






Richard Watts 






President 


Charles Matthews 


Vice 


■President 


Jim Womble 




Vice 


■President 


David Barnes 






Treasurer 


Dan Shepherd 






Secretary 



Once again. Alpha Kappa Psi weath- 
ered the usual year of professional meet- 
ings. business speakers, community 
projects, and weekend orgies. Two spir- 
ited pledge classes have come to pass — 
a motley crew ranging from a Morehead 
Scholar and amateur golfer to a scream- 
ing disk jockey. In all seriousness, these 
pledges represent a new upsurge in en- 
thusiasm, diligence, and attitude for the 
House. 

The chapter room has been paneled 
and two entire rooms retiled. Combined 
with new furniture and a tapper system 
in the bar. the house has taken on an ex- 
citing and improved appearance. In ad- 
dition, a closed study room has been 
created adjacent to the bar. However, 
under this setup the consensus of opin- 
ion has shown that ten out of ten broth- 
ers prefer a girl and a whiskey sour to an 
accounting test. Statisically. beer con- 
sumption and poker playing have in- 
creased 135% with a corresponding de- 
cline in study hours of roughly 279"i.. 

For the brothers it has been an event- 
ful year. They demonstrated their supe- 
riority at the first of the year with a 
crushing defeat of the pledges in the an- 
nual 'Blood Bowl." 117-0. The pledges 
retaliated with an all expenses paid trip 
to Snow Camp. North Carolina, for one 
of the offensive standouts. This was fol- 
lowed by a rather feeble raid on the 
house resulting in the capture of one 
pledge and several late-night, midweek 
trips to assorted far away locations. All 
members continued their almost total 
reliance upon the quiz file, with some 
excellent tutoring sessions on the side 
by several noted U.N.C.-G. and Sweet- 
briar scholars. 

In conclusion, vvc would like to send 
our sincere thanks to those faculty 
members and alumni who have given us 
moral support and encouragement dur- 
ing the year. A special thanks to Dr. 
James Littlefield, our faculty adviser, 
who has had to contend on a firsthand 
basis with our mad antics and total dis- 
respect for the establishment. The com- 
ing year should prove a profitable and 
entertaining one for all. 















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4. T. Southerland 

5. R. Lovvry 

6. B. Burkehart 

7. (. Stirewalt 

8. E. Gregory 

9. |. Bartel 
10. W. Biisick 
n. |. Burton 

12. S. Shodd 

13. A. Wall 

14. T. Hnttinger 



15. B. Mickey 

16. S. [ohnson 

17. D. Harrison 

18. D. Goines 

19. B. Rogers 

20. L. Slallings 

21. C. Ward 

22. M. Herndon 

23. R. Robinson 

24. |. Martin 

25. W. G. Walker 

26. R. Poplin 

27. M. Mitchell 








DELTA SIGMA PI 

Alpha Lambda Chapter 
1925 



Doug Goines President 

Bill Rogers Senior Vice-Pres. 

Lindsey Stallings Junior Vice-Pres. 
Byron Burkehart Secretary 

Jim Burton Treasurer 



In the eternal struggle be- 
tween man and nature, Alpha 
Lambda emerged bloody, but 
undaunted. The tobacco house 
was the scene of violent racial 
brawls, countless impro- 
prieties, and spontaneous de- 
generation. In testimony of this 
fact I may cite the extravagent 
behavior in and out of bed of 
one Donnie P., who enthralled 
his audiences with unique Fri- 
day and Saturday night per- 
formances. The brothers will 
\ erify the virility of Sugar Bear, 
l)ut on no account will be held 
indebted to his actions toward 
the opposite sex. Life is sweet 
.ind so is the fantail of Darryl. It 
is appropriate at this moment 
to thank scab for maintaining 
in the face of Goines and Baldy 
an inconsumate stature and a 
sine qua non of aggrandize- 
ment. Worth has proved un- 
worthy of ablegating the old 
English city of Rockingham. 
The locals fail to comprehend 
his strange tongue. As for the 
performance vehicle himselL 
that is enough. We fail to fath- 
om his strange demeanor. 
Hence home ye knave, ye nau- 
ghty knave. Get ye home. The 
songs are sweet. They sing be- 
neath the trees of life so fair, 
but sweetest of the sounds of 
heaven shall be . . . the Rose of 
DELTASIG? 



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19, 


E. Grayson 


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B. Harris 


20. 


R. White 


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B. Pittman 


21. 


D. Bower 


4. 


T. Oakeley 


22. 


L. Hill 


5. 


J. Williams 


23. 


J. Edwards 


6. 


A. Simmons 


24. 


R. Teague 


7. 


L. Cline 


25. 


]. Pike 


8 


S. Hauser 


26. 


F. Burton 


9 


). Bryant 


27. 


J. Hayes 


10 


G. Albright 


28. 


R. Dameron 


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T. Taylor 


29. 


T. Owens 


12 


T. Fulton 


30. 


S. Moore 


13 


M. Clinard 


31 


M. Harper 


14 


H. Smith 


32. 


D. Roysti-r 


15 


T. Leonard 


33 


C. Rhoden 


16 


W. Bass 


34 


F. Rachide 


17 


B. Harrison 


35 


C. Lehman 


IH 


C. DoBruney 


36 


T. Krohoth 



368 Greeks 



KAPPA PSI 

Beta Xi Chapter 
1915 



Charles Rhoden 
Fred Rachide 
Chris Lehman 
Tim Kroboth 



RoHenI 

Vice-Regent 

Secretary 

Treasurer 





There exist three dales which will never 
vanish in the sands of time. The first of these 
is 1879. which is the year of the founding of 
Kappa Psi, the largest professional and phar- 
maceutical fraternity in the nation. The sec- 
ond is 1915, known to all Beta Xi's as the time 
of the initiation of that chapter at Carolina. 
The last is 1968, a year of expansion, achieve- 
ment and gratification. 

Back again in The Southern Part of Heav- 
en" in September, we followed Toots' Nose 
and worked on the house while he utilized his 
spray gun and gas mask to paint the outside. 
With help from changes made by Inman and 
Harrison in our rushing procedure, we 
pledged a large class which promised to be as 
energetic but much more clandestine than its 
two predecessors. Tyrone was indifferent to 
this because he may still depledgeand go Phi 
Mu. Snauser cared for the pledges but they 
did not care for him. Since U.P. and the kit- 
lens departed. Dribbles pulled all-nighters for 
no apparent reason and Troll became melan- 
choly. 



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etheart but Gibbs 
ner reminiscent of Babs. Usually lulus and 
Snardrock did everything alike but such was 
not the case when lulus became engaged. 
Concerning engagements, we were not the 
only ones amazed by Baron Be Bop's magical 
feet. Every dated while Sacro waited, at least 
until November. Tippy toes attempted his 
novel act as Mr. Nice Guv and in return got 
shot by Harold and thrown in the lake. 

Needless to say. Surly Blond by Clairol set 
,1 new world's record by staying up for 468 
straight nights while sitting in Hall's exclu- 
sive matted bathtub. Normichael suffered se- 
vere internal bleeding whenever someone 
mentioned the name, or the Packers would 
drop a rare one. During one of the most ecstat- 
ic weekends, the Kentucky Colen 



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pink 



psychedelic school mar 
efore embarking on the 
, Industrial Trip). Chuck 
him his pin. And the Gern 

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went 



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ity di\ 



orked on the float, all the 
absconded and Duayne 
lectured on Latin luv techniques. Later 
Cotton-top inherited the Murchison syn- 
drome and The Germ got fed up and locked 
himself in the coke machine. Every morning 
during the semester, P.W. locked himself in 
the shower and endeavored to exhaust the 
hot water. 

All these heterogeneous occurrences did 
not proceed unnarrated for they were Chron- 
icled in Ronnie Lee's shrewd mind and mul- 
titudinously retold with stupendous oratori- 
cal brilliance, each time to the delight of his 
co-captain on the tube team - Wink; and if 
some brother or pledge should inadvertently 
pull a Hootie, he would be vociferously repri- 
manded with a thorough bad-mouthing. 



PHI DELTA CHI 

Alpha Gamma Chapter 

4?" 




'^'i President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairr 



Phi Deha Chi, a professional 
pharmaceutical fraternity 

founded to advance the science 
of pharmacy and to foster and 
promote a fraternal spirit 
among its members, was 
founded at the University of 
Michigan in 1883. The local 
chapter. Alpha Gamma, was 
established on May 30, 1923. 
The red carnation is the frater- 
nity flower, and the colors are 
old gold and dregs of wine. 

The major projects undertak- 
en by Phi Delta Chi this year in- 
cluded the donation of a televi- 
sion to the children's ward of 
North Carolina Memorial Hos- 
pital, participation in National 
Pharmacy Week, and partici- 
pation in National Poison 
Prevention Week. 

The social events this year 
consisted of weekend jukebox 
and combo parties. Halloween 
and Christmas parties, spring 
beer blasts, and the outstand- 
ing event of the social calendar. 
Phi Delta Chi weekend with the 
Ranch House being a probable 
location. 

As a professional fraternity, 
the men of Phi Delta Chi also 
participate in the student orga- 
nizations of the School of Phar- 
macy, the Pharmacy Senate 
and the Student Branches of 
the NCPA and APHA. 




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13. C. Bowman 

14. R. Casper 

15. G. Pittman 

16. B. Pollard 

17. R. Neal 

18. B. Dayvault 

19. A. Barkley 

20. J. Frazier 

21. N. Overcash 

22. L. Seigler 

23. I. Cranfill 



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2. R. Stevens 

3. R. Corry 

4. D. HinnanI 

5. G. Jones 

6. L. Dukes 

7. W. Baldwin 

8. ). Perkins 

9. D. MacLean 
10.. A. Avery 

11. V. Townsend 

12. A. Molten 



13. C. Seymour 

14. T. Strickland 

15. V. Hallman 

16. D. Shanks 

17. D. Goss 

18. S. Porlaro 

19. M. Braswell 

20. |. Alexiov 

21. D. )ohnston 

22. G. Nordan 

23. T. Hildebrandl 





ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Rho Chapter 
1930 



Van Hallman President 

Richard Corry First Vice-Pres. 

Tom Hildebrant Second Vice-Pres. 
Doug lolinston Recording Sec. 

Lee Dukes Corresponding Sec. 

Ronnie McManus Treasurer 



Alpha Phi Omega, America's 
National Service Fraternity, is 
one of the most unique fraterni- 
ties in existence. Carolina's 
Rho Chapter enjoys the gratifi- 
cation that accompanies serv- 
ice to one's fellow man and the 
warmth of a closely-knit broth- 
erhood bonded by social func- 
tions. Rho Chapter is proud of 
its heritage as the seventeenth 
chapter to be found in this rela- 
tively new organization, which 
has grown, since its inception 
in 1925 to a membership in ex- 
cess of 100,000 both in this 
country and abroad. 

This past year saw the com- 
pletion of a highly successful 
Ugly Man Contest, the 
proceeds of which were donat- 
ed to Project Hope, the floating 
hospital serving many foreign 
countries. A joint project spon- 
sored by the brothers and pled- 
ges brought the seventh grade 
class from the Methodist Chil- 
dren's Home in Winston-Salem 
to the UNC campus for a visit 
to Morehead Planetarium and 
sightseeing. Other projects in- 
cluded the annual Parent's 
Day, Student Government A 
Phi O Book Exchange, Campus 
Tour Service, ushering at bas- 
ketball games, and manning the 
campus election polls. The A 
Phi O Travel Board, located in 
the Y-Court, provided many 
students with weekend and 
holiday transportation. 

Recreational and social high- 
lights included participation in 
the White Division of the In- 
tramural program, combo 
parties, midnight rat courts and 
mysterious journeys to exotic 
vacation resorts through Caro- 
lina Tours, Ltd. 



Greeks 373 



PHI MU ALPHA 

Alpha Rho Chapter 
1926 



Charles E. Scott President 

Charles W. Gibson Vice-President 

1. Conrad Wease Secretary 

lames H. Dilda Treasurer 



Sinfonians returned to the 
campus this year, and shortly 
thereafter moved to new quar- 
ters. After the initial confusion, 
more confusion. 

Despite ourselves, Sinfonia 
did much to advance the cause 
of music in 1968. Brendel cap- 
tained a successful contempo- 
rary Music Festival. Barton and 
Newman captained Kipling's 
Captain Courageous and pro- 
duced a new musical, "We're 
here." Carrier just captained. 
Sinfonians continued to sup- 
port various vocal and instru- 
mental groups, as well as the 
Century Club. 

A veritable ethnographical 
microcosm, Phi Mu Alpha now 
has bagpipes to match that 
thing that Watson plays. Ash- 
lioro submitted a secret brief 
im the conjugal life of Hairless 
and Tillman. Sheets went to 
Rome for classical studies 
while all awaited the smile of 
Xenophon. Russ returned from 
field work in Puerto Rico as 
Lurch rose from the dead. The 
Founders' Day party was bet- 
ter, the Senior Banquet wetter. 
And, as ever, it was a very good 
year. Dubey-dubey doo; Da 
Capo, so fine. 

Hail Sinfonia! 






1. D. Ruminfier 

2. D. Hamnirick 

3. B. Newman 

4. |. Dilda 

5. H. Reynolds 

6. G. Scot! 

7. T. Beall 

8. S. Starnes 

9. G. Glace 
10. L. Simpson 



11. C. Nixon 

12. V. Mitchell 

13. G. Davis 

14. B. Schillinger 

15. L. Potter 

16. R. White 

17. D. King 

18. S. McRorie 

19. F. Taylor 

20. |. Garriss 



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.-Mdnch, Wallace N. '68: CharloUe 
Barnes, David L. '69: Welcome 
Bums, lohnny F.. '69: Aberdeen 
Dealon. |r. Ashley R . 69 Asheboro 
Frye. William S,. 69 Lexington 
Gonser, [r. William A., "69 Kinston 
Hamilton. Raleigh I . '69: Greensboro 
Howe, Samuel L.. 68 McAdenville 

• King, [ames R , '68 Durham 
McCombs. William K . '70: Kannapolis 
Monds, A Price. "68 Hertford 
Pnlchard. Kenneth G.. 69: Stony Point 
Robertson. Stephen , 69: Eden 
Walts, Richard D . "69 Winston-Salem 
Whisnant. Gregory S , 69 Claremont 
Womble. lames T . "69 Tarboro 
Wnght. |ohn C. '70 Asheboro 

^ Zaccagnini. Gary F. "70 Goldsboro 

Zambelh. William W . "68 Dobbs Ferry. N Y 
Barden. Ronald S , "68: Rocky Mount 
Burkehart. Byron C, "69 Lexington 
Burton, Ir. |ames H . 69: Charlotte 
Busick, Wayne A., "69: ReidsviUe 
Caldwell, Harry B., "70- Charlotte 
Gomes, M Douglas, '69 Charlotte 

Gregory, Edgar B , 68 Wilson 
Hemdon. Michael D. 68 Charlotte 
Lowry, |ohn R. "68 Charlotte 
Martin. II, |ohn W . '69 CharloUe 
Mickey, William H.. "69: vtmslon-Salen 
Milchell, Murray N , 69 Cocoa, Fla. 
Morroxv. David G , 68 Gastonia 
Paschal, Donald H, "68 Rockingham 
Poplin, Roger K , "68 Albemarle 

- Robinson. Russell A, "69: Charlotte 

• Rogers, William L, "68 Rolesville 
Scurry. William C, "68 Reidsville 
Shedd. Steven A.. "69 Leonia. N.| 
Slallings. Jr. Lindsey C. 68: LaGrane 
Slirewalt, [r. Jerry A. '69: Kannapoli; 
Tate. 111. lohn C . "68 Greensboro 
Walker, |r , Worth G . "68: Rockmghai 
WalL Rand A. "70: Durham 

% Ward. Jr. Leslie A. "68: N Palm Beat 
Warren, Ronald L,. 69: Asheville 
Yarbrough. Richard L , "68: Winston-S 
AJbnght. Ill, George B . 70: Salisbury 
Barrett. II, |oe H.. "68: Rocky Mount 
Bass, jr , Walton E , 69 Lucama 
Bower, Richard K.. '70: |efferson 
Boyelle. Douglas R,. '70 Kenly 



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Browning, George W , ': 
Bryant, |ames B.. '70 Kinston 
Burton. ]r.. Joseph F. '70 Reidsville 
Carroll. Jr , Erwin M., "70: Smithfield 
Clinard. Paul M , '70: Lexington 
Cline, Urry A.. "70 Boone 
Dameron, Richard G . '69: Tabor City 
deSruyne, Charles B . '70: Durham 

^ Edwards, [r . loseph A , '70: Kinston 
Fulton, |r , Thomas A. '68 Greensboro 
Harper. |ohn M.. '69 Hendersonville 
Harns, Leon W , "70: Robbins 
Harrison, |r , William H , '69: Louisville, 
Hauser, Samuel F. '69; Fayetteville 
Hayes, James C . 70: Marietta 
Henson, |ames B.. '68: Jacksonville 
Kroboth, Timothy R.. "68 Charlotte 

Umm. Benajah S., 69: Lucama 

Lehman. David C, "69: Roanoke Rapids 
Leonard. Ralph T.. '69 Thomasville 
Loeb, Robert B . '7a Albemarle 
Moore, Steven R , "69: Jamestown 
Murchison. Clarence L, 70: Rocky Mou 
Nance. John E.. "69; Durham 
Oakley. Ir , Clyde T. "70: Roxboro 
Owens, Thomas C, "70: Whiteville 

# Pittman, Jr , William C , 69 Lewislon 
Rachide, Frederick I . "69: Havelock 
Rains. Richard H.. "70: Kenly 
Rhoden. Charles W , "68: Shelby 
Royster. Donald E., "70: Tnnity 
Simmons, Jr. Calvin A. "69: Siler City 
Smilh. Harold G . '69 Chenyville 
Taylor. Thomas G.. '68: Boone 
Teague, Randall S . "69 Taylorsvilk- 

• Willels. 111. George M . "68 Pine Level 
Williams. James K.. "70 Benson 
.■\nderson. Eugene. "68 Enfield 
Badger, lames M., '69: West Jefferson 
Barkley, Allan P,. '69: Haleigh 
Baxley, William C. '70: Raleigh 
Bcatly, Dennis G., "68: Kings Mountain 
Bennett. Carl J.. '70: Morganton 

^ Bess. Thomas H.. '70: Gastonia 
Best. Alfred W.. '70: Bessemer City 
Bohck. Harold A. "70: Hudson 
Bowman. Clark C.. "69: Hickory 
Carpenter, Barry L. "69: Cherryville 
Casper, Richard Y. '70 Mt Pleasant 
Dayvault. Jr , Robert L. "70: Kannapolis 
Frazier. James H,, "69 Black Mountain 
Freeman. John W , 68 Robhins 



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lenkins. Gregory L, '69: Star 
Kivell, |r.. Herman H , 70: Chapel Hill 
McCall. Thomas C, 70: Ellerbe 
Moser. |r.. Wyall C 70: King 
Pace, Charles B,, '69: Grlfton 
Pill man. Michael G,, '69: Enfield 

• Pollard. Bennie W., 70: Ocean Drive: S.C, 
Price. Ronny L,. 70: Kings Mountain 
Ripley. Richard G . 70: Fort Bragg 
Seigler. Lawrence L. 70: Greensboro 
Spencer. |r. Frank C,. 70: Sandy Ridge 
Swain. Ronnie L.. '69: Boonville 
Williams. Beniamin O.. '69: Drenel 

• Corry. Richard H,. '68: Winter Park. Fla. 
Dudley. James E,. W; Clinton 

Dukes. 111. Lee S.. 70: Raleigh 
Gross. David W . 70: Durham 
Hildebrandt. |r . T C . 68 Guilford College 
Hinnanl. Dan B , "68 Durham 
Hiirn, William B.. '68 Chapel Hill 
Nnrdan, Gary Leigh. '68- Badin 
Paige. Richard D.. "69 Greensboro 

• Portaro. jr.. Sam A.. '70: High Point 
Seymour. III. Hubert E.. '69 Greensboro 
Stevens. Richard Y. '70 Raleigh 
Townsend. lohn V . '70: Greensboro 
.^dams. Philip W . '68: High Point 
Batmasian. |im H . '69 Coral Gables. Fla. 
Brown. Mac H.. '69 Chapel Hill 
Crawford. |ames W . '68, Newton 

• Dilda. James H,. '68: Fountain 
Glace, Charles L, '69: Elln 

luele, lames C, '69 Winston-Salem 

lenkins, Larry W.. '68: Arlington, Va, 

Kellogg, lohn T . '68: Petersburg. Va 

king. Alvin D . '68: Asheboro 

Leach. 11. Norman E., '68 Sanford, Fla, 

MitchelL Vernon L . '68 Cycle 

Museley. Richard P. "68: Chattanooga. Tenn, 

• Potter. Lynwood A,, '70 Waynesvllle, Mo 
Scott, Charles E„ '68 Tuscaloosa, Ala 
Simpson. Larry M,. '68 New Bern 
Strange. |r . Aubrey E-. '68: Raleigh 
Taylor. Fred. '70: Goldsboro 

Travis. Ralph L . '70: Durham 
Wease. |ames C . '69- Shelby 
Whitfield. Richard A.. '68: Durham 




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Alpha Epsilon Uelt 




OFFICERS 

NOEL.K. FREE President 

FRANK B. SLOOP Vice-President 

HELEN S. NETHERCUTT Secretary 

L. JOSEPH SWAIM Treasurer 

THOMAS L. ROBINSON . . Scape! Reporter 
WILLIAM STANLEY RULE . . . .-.^ Historian 






MEMBERS 





" Ernest Franklin Beale 
Wayne M. Beavers 
Norman D. Bernstein 
Robert H. Butler 
Tony W. Canupp 
Robert F. Colyer 
Chester Conner 
William F. Conway 
Richard O. Cummins 
Frank E. Davis 
Don Penny 
Harvey C. Elliot 
Robert Felder 
William R. Ferguson 
Richard D. Flanagan 
Robert Foreman 
Charles Samuel Fulk 
Steven H. Grossman 
Al Hamrick 
Lonnie Clayton Harrell 
Frederick Christian Heaton 
John T. Henley 
Jon Hodgin 
Al Holyfield 



Thomas H. Howard 
Bruce B. Hughes 
Micheal C. Jones 
John Lawrence 
Robert Windield Li 
Daniel A. Mclnnis 
Donald M. McPhau 
Howard G. Miller 
Steven R. Mills 
Joanne A. Peebles 
Harry P. Peterson 
George W. Plonk 
Garry Porill 
James A. Ramsey 
Lola Reid 

John Lawrence Rou^e 
Andrew F. Seila 
Eugene M. Simpso 
S. Wayne Smith 
D. H. Taylor 
William M. Triplett 
William M. Whisnant 
Lee Albert Whitehurst 
Robert Enment Winton 






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Arnold Air Society 
Angel Flight 



e fesse J. Moorhead Squadron of Arnold Air Society is a professional hon- 
orary service fraternity of outstanding Air Force ROTC Cadets. It is founded on 
the objectives to aid in the development of Air Force Officers, to create a closer 
and more efficient relationship within the Air Force Officer Training Corps, to 
support Aerospace Power in its role in national security, to advance air and 
space age citizenship, and to further thfe purpose, traditions and concepts of the 
United States Air Force. The local squadron serves as Area B-2 Headquarters" 
and has been named the outstanding area squadron for the past school year. 
The Jesse J. Moorhead Angel Flight, sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, is a 
group of University coeds who serve as hostesses for Air Force ROTC cadets. A 
national organization with one hundred and twenty flights in the United States, 
the Angels assist the Arnold Air Society in its projects, promote interest in Air 
Force ROTC, and help to increase the morale of cadets. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY : 
Ronald L. Smith, Coniman(Jer;«^' 



Robert T. Adams vie''- ^''^N«i'. 
Douglas W. Baxley ^. 
Jon C. Brick 
Claude M. DeBruhl 
Charles F. DiPalma 
King C. Evans 
Leo Finkelstein. Jr. 
Michael R. Ford 
Bennett H. Gilbert 
Roger E. Graham 
Robert E. Haisley, Jr. 
Floyd A. Hooks 
Bisco R. Howell, III 
Steven Kropelnicki, Jr. 
James F. Little 
Robert M. Meeks 
Jack D. Miller 
Ronald D. Payne 
E. Philip Prasse 
Frederick W. Racey 
Charles E. Scott 
Julius W. Stallings, Jr. 
Maurice L. Stocks 
William E. Stragand 
Donald A. Streater 
Gary C. Tilley 
Bruce L. Toy 
Robert L. Walker 
'Harold S. Westerholm 

^ ADVISORS 

Norman D. Sauvage, Captain, U.S.A.F. 
■1, Ralph B. Hemming, Lt. Colonel, U.S.A.F. 





ANGEL FLIGHT 
Bonnie Jack, Commander 
Leticia Alvarez 
Leslie Baker 
Susan Baker 
Ann Beasley 
Diane Blake 
Pam Carter 
Robin Castle 
Nancy Courts 
Beth Drew 
Wanda Edmondson 
Candice Gilbert 
Donna Glenn 
Carolyn Greene 
Fran Gunter 
Brenda Hayes 
Irene Hines 
Lee Hollingsworth 
Shelia Knedlik 
Julia Knott 
Ann Lashley 
Nancy McDonald 
Peg Maerz 
Dianne G. Markham 
Jodi Fansler Miller 
Judy O'Dell 
Jane Pittman 
Pat Privette 
Diane Reynolds 
Nancy Sawyer 
Libby Sigmon 
Billie Spruill 
Sharon Terrell 
Dee Vaughn 
Betty O. Westerholm 
Judy Weston 





Gamma Sigma 



^B^2 is recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Busi- ^- 
''ness as the national scholarship fraternity in commerce and business. The Alpha 
of North Carolina Chapter was established in 1933. The purposes of Beta 
Gamma Sigma are: to encourage and reward accomplishments among the stu- ^-^. 
dents of commerce and business administration, to promote the advancement of :'|| 
education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the con-j. 
duct of business operations. * 



OFFICERS 




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LAWRENCE EVANS LACKEY, JR. Presi 
THOMAS LEE WATSON Secretary 



MEMBERS 




Ronald Stephens Barden 
Alfred Finley Braxton 
Maynard Wayne Delozier 
Corbin Randolph Ferguson 
Alan Benjamin Flaschner 
£rkut Goktan 
Carter Lee Hinkle 
Steven Alan Hockfield^ 
John William Holsinger 
William Preston Humphreys 
William Delmar Jenkins 
O. Maurice Joy 
Lawrence Evans Lackey 
Robert Herman Litenberger 
Woodrow Wilson Lowery 
Richard Wolcott McEnally 
Robert WiUiam McGowan 
Edward V. Mclntyre 
James Erglor McNutty 
James Leonidas Moore 




Nicky Byrnes Phelps'" 
Roy Mangum Phipps 
Ivan Ellenwood Price 
Chat. Purushotta Rao 
Ch. Umamahesara Rao 
Jack C. Robertson 
William Lee Rogers 
Theodore Allan Rossi 
John Peter Rostan 
Jerry Randolph Rouse 
Ben Richard Rudisill 
William Anderson Simpson 
Larry Gordon Somers v" 

David Mitchell Still '■■ 

Philip David Stuart 
Richard Alexander Urquhart 
Thomas Lee Watson 
Donald Glenn White 
George Smedes York 
William Walter Zambelli 



Honoraries 381 



Order of the Golden Fleece 

1 1 ■ r '1^ OFFICERS 1966-67 

MALVERN FRANCIS KING, JR. Jason 

WILLIAM ARHTHUR HAYS Hyparchus 

ARMISTEAD JONES MAUPIN, JR. Grammateus 

JAMES ROY FULLWOOD Chrystopher 



ARGONAUTS INDUCTED 
APRIL 17, 1967 



STUDENT 
ARGONAUTS 1967-68 



767 Benidmin Frank 
766 Dudley loe Burton 

769 Arthur Travis Abt 

770 Jeffrev Windsor B( 
^771 Sle\ en Al 



1 Alan Hockfielt 
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■7* Louis CoKjottell 
n David H.,*y^ 



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758 Robert Carl HunI 
763 lonathon Carl Gibson 
765 William Propsl MUler 
767 Benjamin Franklin Hodges 

770 Jeffrey Windsor Beaver 

771 Steven Alan Hockfield 
773 Charles Randolph Myer 
775 David Hams Kiel 



FACULTY ARGONAUTS 
1967-68 








6 Phillips Russell 
40 Frank Porter Graham 
70 Claude Edward league 
goEd^ar Ralph Rankin 
102 Robert Burton House 
109 Herman Glenn Beaty 
111 EmesI Lloyd Mackie 
419 Albert Cqales 
\2\ Joe Burton Linker 
141 Corydon Perr\' Spruill 
149 Frederick Car'lyie Shepard 
176 Earle Horace Harteell 
186 Joseph Maryon Saunders 
202 Richard Beverly Raney 
209 Edgar Alexander Cameron 
220 Waller Smith Spearman. \ 
299 Frederick Henry Weaver 
317 Joseph Planner Pallerson. 
■325 Alfred GuV Ivey^ 

333 Ernest Craige 

334 James Evans Davis 

341 John Franklin Lynch. Jr 
346 William Medford Shufor^ 
358 Charles Walter Tillelt. Ill 
364 Isaac Montrose Taylor 
394 James Fredenck Newsome 

424 Hugh Talmadge Lefler 

425 Harry Kitson Russell 
432 William West Taylo^ " 
437 Frank William Hanft ' ' 
445 William Clyde Friday 
449 John Alvin Kirkland 

451 Robert Alltoon Fetzer 
468 Waller Reese Berryhill 
473 RoyJWTalston Holstw^ , 
483 John Lassiler Anders / ;. 






k ,^ Henry Parker Brandis 
' 508 |ohn Martin Schnorrenberg 
511 Dudley DewitI Carroll 
526 Thomas Anthony Ressuto. Jr. 
532 Kenneth Lawing Penegar 
H4 William Woodward McLeodo' 
555 Rollie Tillman. Jr* , 
57S Henry Hurseli Dearman* 
57? Samuel Fogle Wells. Jr. ' 
583 Preslon Herchel EppT 
589 Fofter Filz-Simmons 
603 Louis Round Wilson 
606 ^dne Emersoff Eargle 
613 J^eph Francis Quigg 
637 Wilton Elman Mason..4t 
646 William Bpanlley Aycock 
657 Bernard Henry Boyd - ■ 
660 Sturgis EUeno Leavitt 
665 Nathan Anthony Womack 
673 George Vanderbeck Taylor 
696 Kenneth Merle Bnnkhous 
700 Frederick Guillermo Gil 
713 Samuel Smyth Hill. Jr. 
725 Joseph Curtis Sloane - 

764 William Une Verlenden. HI 

765 William Propst MUler 

766 David Theodo^ Lapkin 

767 Beniamm Franklin Hodgfc 

768 Dudley joe Burton 

769 Arthur Travis Abbott '^ 
,-770 Jeffrey Windsor Beaver 

• 77t Steven Alan Hockfield J' 
772 James Tripod Meredith, Jr 
771 Charles Randolph M>pr 




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OFFICERS 



JONDTHAN CARL GIBSON Delgata 

WILLIAM ALLAN FINDLAY Scribe 

FRAIiiKLIN TAYLOR BRANCH Exchequer 

WILLIAM RIC^RD PURDY. . .. ./Vice-Exchequer 



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SIR 



Charles Henry AndBrtoh 
William Harold Bown|an 
John Michafel Brown 
Charles Lee Cai;r 
Philip Leroy Clay 
Kenn«*h doi/mer Day 
]oha EdWin.Dietz , 
F'raiik Parker Hudson, Jr. 
Davjd Harris Kiel ' 

Walter Wlnburne King, III 
Lorenze Lewjs, Jr. 
Thomas Jack N/^nley 
William Probst Miller 
Charles Randolph Myer 
David Lee Rit;gs 
Michael Wayne Williams 







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Order of the Old Well 




OFFICERS 



WILLIAM RICHARD PURDY President 

WALTER WINDBURNE KING, III Vice President 

ANITA WRAY WILKINSON Secretary 

KAREN ELIZABETH GIBBON Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Susan Lee Barber 
William Harold Bowman 
Craig McDonald Bradley 
John Michael Brown 
Llewellyn Gartrelle Brown 
William Allan Findlay • 
Karen Elizabeth Gibbon 
Jonathan Carl Gibson 
Ralph Ronald Grosswald 
Alger Vason Hamrick, III 
James Gaston Hough, Jr. 
Ann Grinsley Jamieson 
Donald Pittman Johnson 
Walter Winburne King, III 
Lorenzo Lewis, Jr. 
William Everett Long 
Frank Alexander Longesit, Jr. 
Thomas Jack Manley j j 
David Darrah McFadden 4 
Jlonald Martin' McPhauL"=*= 
Ronald Wayne Miller 



Charles Randolph Myer 
Robert Flynn Orr 
William Richard Purdy 
Lawrence Edward Richter, Jr 
Sharon Lee Rose 
Janet EUzabeth Sawyer 
Logan Everett Sawyer, Jr. 
Ernest Allen Shepard 
John Connel Strickland 
George Major Teague 
Ashley Ormand Thrift 
Robert Moore Travis 
William Beale Travis 
John Robbins Wester 
Ernest Bryant Whichard, Jr. 
Anita Wray Wilkinson 
Jean Carolyn Winter 
Leon Festus Woodruff, Jr. 
1^: Randolph Luther Worth 
■^ Ottis Richard Wright, Jr. 






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Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Beta Kappa was founded at the College of William and Mary, December 5, 1776. The 
Alpha Chapter of North Carolina was established here September 7, 1904, and there are at 
present 176 chapters. 

OFFICERS 

DANIEL T. COX Co-President 

DAVID D. McFADDEN Co-President 

WILLIAM P. MILLER Vice-President 

WILLIAM A. FINDLAY Recording Secretary 

DR. CLAUDE S. GEORGE, JR. Corr. Sec.-Treas. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Composed of the above officers and the following professors: 
ALMONTE CHARLES HOWELL CORYDON PERRY SPRUILL JOHN MARTIN SCHNORRENBERG 



INITIATED MAY 8, 
JUNIORS 



1967 



Ronald Stephens Barden 
Franklin Taylor Branch 
lohn Kendrick Burns, |r. 
Ronald Nelson Casey 
Gary Alan ChDcrs 
Daniel Thomas Cox 
Charles Herman Crantord 
Jacob Leonard Dirkens, |r. 
William Allan Findlay 
lames David Garrison 



|ohn Millard Gilkey, |r 
Craig VVinslon Hamnglon, |r. 
|i)n Daryl Hodgin 
Mollis Ward Holden 
Gloria Merle Huffm,iii 
Bruce Bryan Huyh.s 
Ronald Da\ nJ K.q.Ln " 
Mark Hai/li|. kidlun 
David H h -hI 
Lorpivi' I luis. Ir 



David Darrah McFadden 
Thomas Jack Manley 
William Pr.tpsl Miller 
Homer Jackson Moore, [r. 
Charles Forrest Murray, [r. 
Wtlliam Graham Olis 
I.rni'Sl Xoivvood Pclleway. 
I'.tneM. K.iin.-v 
ll.u'v\'ood Foiiiri Rankin 



William Lee Rogers ^ 
RubtTl Lee Soo ^ 

Kay .Albert Spillman ,' 
[L-ssr. Klvin Teei. Jr. 

,mklin Thompson, jr 



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jnwood Varni 



SENIORS 



lames CranserAlpin 
Claudic Antlrew .Armstrong, 
Dempsey Eugeni- Benton. |r. 
Frances Coylc Hnrmon Bran 
Glen Curtis Brans'. ome 
Elizabeth ]ane Bmng 
Maty Elizabclli Brownell 
Tlieda R.ie Aiipeiscin Calla« 
Richard LonjJ Glim 
Mary Conrad GoIp man 
Oliver K.rhy Colsnn. Ill 
Samuel Russell Cnvingtun 
Nelie Maria DcKol 
Stephen F.ric Doj ne 
Melba Jean Eakin 
Phillip Conrad England 
Martha Carol Fetl.v 
Elizabeth |oscphiiii. Finisnn 



n..rald lames Fitzgerald 
i ,,,iol Roy Fleming, Ir, 
\lvin Marcus Fountain, 11 
lohn Lindsey Freeman 
Margaret Blakely Gee 
HaviJ Sydney Harris 
\ancy Ann Hill 
Kirh.ird Howard Hudson 
Robert Gilford Irvin 
Elizabeth YounR lames 
Fred Fincher jarrell 
Chrisloplier Micheal Kellom 
Ann Michele Kipps 
Kathleen Morris Kirkwood 
Ralph Brooks Lcverins 



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Joseph Ward M,.Cirt. Ir. 
Harry Lewis MacPherson 
Donald MaHin MuPhaul 
James Allen Medford 
Hannelorc Mueller 
Charles Osborne Murr.iy. Ill 
Charles HyUon Neal 
Linda Ann Odom 
Edward Micheal O'Keele 
Joseph Adolphus Peari e 
William Bryan Pittman 
Jeffrey Walter Poole 
Rayford Edwin Quinn 
Joseph Carlylo Sitlerson, Jr. 
Louise Jordan Smith 
Sally Ann Smith 
Ernest Carlton Smoakt 



M.iry kay Stephenson 
John Rii hard Steele 
Thiinijs Wilder Stinso 
Paol.i May SturdevanI 
lohn Pr|.|,T SurratI 
Barh.ira loao Thorpi' 
William Wetjster Tom 
Conslaoce M. Vocellio 
Dwighl Wi 



Melvin Lull 



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Oavid Henry While 
Luther Glenn White '[ 
Floreante Elder Will 
Patrician Sue Winiams.% 
Ollis Richard Wright, j^ 
Gail Elizabeth; Yoiinls 'i 



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Donna Dee Aul 
David Caskill An.ierson. Ir 
Charles Marshall Angell 
Robert Winston H.iss 
Malcolm Brittain HIankenship 
William Stephen 1 oleman 
Frederick Benjamin EUioil. Ill 



INITIATED DECEMBER 11, 1967 



Samuel Earl F.well. Ir, 
Marion Lee Fambrough 
Robert Brabham Felder 
Tciiv iune Georjje 
Richaril Casey Harris 
Rebecca Sharron Huff 
Alfred Cl.irence McCall. |r. 



James Sluarl McFadden 
Patly Jane Ritchie 
Kilty Lynne K. Scott 
Jack Johnson Spalding 
John Howard Spencer 
Alan Clements Stephsii 



Francis Roj't-rs Toms. Ir. 
Richard Alexander IJrquhai 
Robert Marmn Ward 
Howard Pearson West 
Betty Irene O. Youno 
Mary Teresa Youngs 



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Honoraries 385 




phi Eta Signi 





OFFICERS 



GLENN EDWARD FOY 
TRAMMELL LEE NEWTON, [R. 
RICHARD VAN FLETCHER, [R. 
JOSEPH WILLIAM DORN • 
HAROLD C, POLLARD • ■ • • • 
DR. DAMKL VV. PATTERSON ■ 



MEMBERS 



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Eleven i^iLinic .-Mjdn . -^^^ 
'iteven Jay Agresti^ ^fc^^ 
|iihn Andrew Allison, w^ 
Philip Eugene Ashbiim 
John Il,i\\\.ird Bass 
hn I lA ill Innrre 
1 l,,,rli -, 1'i;iI!mii lif'asli'\ 
Richard Welliiib H.tts 
Uawil MiU.hpll BljujW 
Jeftrcv Ruhaid BoB(f 
Aldn Rand.ill Brambleft 
cl Lem Bndses, '11 
n t:harlrs Brown 
an Richard Buxton 
en CljUiiblee,, ^ 
BullinfyiFi C^a^ 
Eugene Cline " 
'tephe 
avwoocl^ 
':old Vel^n Cr*fo't( 
a f Irav BSavpn 
StriiliriiM.ick Cunibie 
BriM r l^athbai,- Darling 
nhn Carter Dairion 
RodgtT Owen Dicks 
Ji'soph \\ illiam Dorn 
David Thomas- Doutliwaite '■ 
Charles Pemberton Ducv 
Jerry Ray Ewrhardt 
Larry James Farthing 
William Edward Feearington 
Richard Van Fletcher, Jr. 
William Leicester Foster 
Glenn Edward Foy 
Robert Starr Gillam 
Thomiis H. Glenndinning 
Jonathan Hunry Gudshall 
Barry Michael Hager 
Carroll Matthew Harris 
David McClain Harris 
Richard Wayne Heirdren 
Sle\Tn Marshall Hibbard 
James William Hoback 



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Jamre Franklin Holyfield 
Jimmy Dale Hudson 
James Sidney Hunter 
Charles Neville Jeflress 
Rupert W. Jilcott, 111 
Tliom.is Michael Jordan 
John Ellison Kelly 
Sammy R.iv Kirby 
Stanley Mdlcolm Koonce 
Robert Anthonj Kiuger 
David f liarles Lanier 
Allen f iiew Lassitei 
Thum.is Jeffrey Logan 
Daniel .^^gus Mnlnnis 
John Willum McMurray 
' John loseph Maloney, III 
Clyde A, Miluni, II 
Rn\ Gaird Mori is 
Rnlierl PhuI Mostelle" 
\ir\ander Teuell Motte' 
'I ud Richard Murphv f 
I*e 1 i.Humell Nrwtnn. jr. 
William i"d\\ni Pembleton 
Albert Dane Perry 
Harolil G. H-dlard 
Stevp Lee Pourll 
Eui^ene Alston Rn\ 
liisrpli Alrv Rit,,|,' 

Victor C;regg Rhoi 

Willum Davenpiiil KciIh 

Dan Scott Sherill 

John Charles Snulh 

Roburt Bnswell Stanley 

Richard Chniles Slearns 

Grady MiN !ii;ll Stine 

Roger Bryan Sutton 

Alan Baxter Teasley 

Thomas Neil TripleU 

Lewis Patrick Warren 

|nhn Brooks Watt 

Ruber! Al.ui White 

James Lawnnce Whitfield, Jr, 



386 Honoraries 




OFFICERS ^^^, 

TIMOTHY R. KROBOTH. . . - W J n^mi ■ ■ President 

GEORGE W. MOORE .■. .'TiVice-PresidenI 

NANCY A. MUSSELWHITE. . Secretary-Treasurer 
JOHN W. STANCIL Historian 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS 

Stephanie R. Hunlcr 
Timothy R. Kroboth 
George W. Moore, Jr 
Nancy A. Musselwhite 
June R. Peddyco 
Rena C. Stalling 
John W. Stancil 



GRADUATE MEMBERS 



FACULTY 




t Chung I. Ho 
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C. J. Cavalliot 
M. A. Chambers 
G. H. Cocolas 

F. M. Eckel 

G. P. Hager iFf[ 
W. E. Hall 
L. S. Harris '* C 
A. M. MattocRs- '_^ ^ 
Claude Piantadosi 

F. T. Scmoniuk 
H. O. Thompson 
L. D. Werley 
J. K. Wier 



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Scabbard and Blade 




Scabbard and Blade is an honorary military society composed of outstanding 
members of Navy and Air Force R.O.T.C. Units. Its purpose is to develop and 
foster ideals, practice and education of military affairs at U.N.C. and in the Unit- 
ed States as a whole. Scabbard and^lade was founded at North Carolin^^ VA^ 
as L Company 8th Regiment. [^'i WR 'c*v 



^, COMPANY OFFICERS Wi 

Captato^^Sl^ EDWARD C. HAlvillERBECK 

First Lied^a^ MICHEAE R. FORD 

Second Lieutenai^. . . . t. .IRVIN W. HANKINS, III 
irst Sergeant. . . \:}. 'r\ RONALD L. SMITH 

NROTC 
MIDSHIPMEN MEMBERS 

Edward T. Baur Bruce S. Markel 

John H. Benson John W. Martin 

Ronald B. Bobo William W. Moore 

Edward T. Cassidy David S. Morris 

Reed L. Cunningham William E. McGee 

Aaron D. Garrett John H. McLees, Jr. 

Lee A. Haltom Ronald N. McManus 
Edwrad C. Hammerbeck Larry E. Pergerson 

Irvin W. Hankins, III Richard D. Pierce 

John R. Hillard Calvin B. Ritienhour 

Harvey E. Huffman Bayard W. Russell 

Gary K. Iverson Charles H. Silver, Jr. 

George B. Johnston, Jr. Alan K. Steinbrecher 

Richard E. Kelly James Y. Wallace 

William L. Leinster Robert S. White 
Bruce T. MacDonald 




COMPANY ADVISORS. 



^om F. Hamilton, Major, U.S.A.F. 
^Howard L. C^o4,lt.^elonel, U.S.M.C. 



AFROTC 
CADET MEMBER 

Gerald M. Beverly 
Claude M. DeBruhl 
Felix C. DiPlama 
Leo Finklestein 
Micheal R. Ford 
Floyd A. Hooks 
Donald L. Jay 
Douglas W. Lain 
Jack D. Miller - 
Frederick W. Racey 
Charles E. Scott 
Micheal L. Scott 
Ronald L. Smith 
William E. Stragand 
Milton R. Ward 
Harold S. Westerholm, II 



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igma Theia X 

Sigma ThetiTTau, Inc. is the only national honor soctetyofnursing in fh&Uni 
ed States and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Con- 
stituent chapters are established in collegiate schools of nursing whose pro- 
grams are accredited by the National League of Nursing. The Society was first 
■organized at Indiana Training School for Nurses in 1922. Alpha Alpha Chapter^ 
was established at the University of North Carolina on October 5, 1962. ^ -^ 
\ Sigma Theta Tau is a professional society whose purposes are to promote high 
'ptpfessional and individual development and to advance the profession of nurs- 
ing. Its members are honored for their superior scholarship, qualities of leader- 
ship, and capacity for personal growth. Not more than twenty percent of each 
class may be selected for membership after completion of one-half of the re- 
quired curriculum. 

OFFICERS \ 

BKTTY ANN DORMAN / President 

MARY McRKE President-Elect 

BETTY WKST Vice-President 

MARIE SLAUGHTER Recording Secretary 

VlRCaNIA HARGETT .... Corresponding Secretary 

PAULA KIR BY Treasurer 

LINDA HAMLIN Archivist 

NANCY GILLILANP 

LUCY FORT . . .^. . — - 1-1 Counselors 

NIOR STODENT MEMBERS >JURSES IN BACHELOR PROGRAM 

Slja^jRi^itU ^} ^^ ^u^Totverf Fostt' '''" 

,^ -S m"''^ ^fV^M n^^S^^P^^ pllricia A^nTsmith ^ 

•^ ^, Nancy McKi.rl McDonal^j^piL^ Dorothy H. VanDessel "W^ 

Lois Kay Parlm VH^^^S^- ' — ^^H^k^ 

Katherine Marir Slaugli^^^ iT- ^ Jk-^^^ S?" " - .. --^ ,._/^^L. ^-X* 

Carulyn Splllmau Taylor _^Sg P^^^""^ SSSSO -""^^^K. ' >^ 

Betty Oldham Westerholm :1^ ^^^^^^^^ 

JUNIOR„STUDENT MEMBERS It^^^B FACULTY MEMBERS^^ 

Brenda Joyce Jarriitt ^^^^K^^^^^m, ^^^^ NurrTf^ Barnes 

Susan lohTfffiir* "^M ^^M^^^^^^^^^^Kx Elsie Deana Cross 

Barbara Ann Na.qy JN^IB^^I^H^BtI^^^^I^H Martha Clyde Davis 

Nancy Lou Nicks ^^^^^^^BV ^^^^^^^^^^ Margaret Oolan 

Kathrvn Huki' Smith ^^Si^^^Hkrl^^^^^^^^^ ^"'^^ ^' ^°^^ A ' '"'^ 

Marcia Gail Somcrs ^^^^^^PIVH^^^^SLw Nancy Gilliland .^ 

Karen Linda Williams W^Bi^rr ff^HP^BP Virginia Hargi'ttV 

T-TviSr I X y^^BfW^ Ruth Harris 7 

Elizabeth Kemble 

GRADUATE STUDENTS ' pons uster 

Mary Walker Randolph 
^ ^,^'^ ^ , Betty Barbrey West 

Margaret E. Cainplii'll "' ^- ^-> Marion S. Wood 

(Jmrtjia Lewis ^t (o) 

Ann Moody ^f 

Henrietta Phelln 

Faye Dark Pirkard j^^'' V^ V Pi 

Martha Fraiii;ps Ross -^»'. /Mlr\^^ 








Honoraries 389 



Society of Janus 



OFFICERS 

DWIGHT ELWOOD THOMAS, JR Praeceps 

ERNEST ALLEN SHEPARD Vice Praeceps 

ASHLEY ORMAND THRIFT Notarius 

OTTIS RICHARD WRIGHT Quaestor 



PRAETORS SPRING 1967 




ACTIVE PRAETORS 

Lew G. Brown 
Donald Wayne Carson 
Dudlny C. Chandler, Jr. 
Adolphus Drewry Frazier, Jr. 
James Ray Fullwood 
Worth Timothy Haithcock 
James Gaston Hough 
Rol)ert Carl Hunter 
Charles F. Longino 
Kenneth Byron McCoy 
William Harold Robinson 
Ernest Allen Shepard 
Dwiyht Elwood Thomas, Jr. 
William Samuel Woodward 

ONORARY PRAETOR 

William Brantley Aycock^ 
Arthur James Beaumont 
John S. Bennett 
James O. Cansler 
Corneluis Oliver Cathey 
Walter Rabb 
Fred W. Schroeder, Jr. 
Harry E. Smith 
James E. Wadsworth 
Frederick Henry Weaver 
Dr. Samuel S. Hill, Jr. 





The Valkyries 



OFFICERS 

SHARON IRENE LEWIS President 

KAREN ELIZABETH GIBBON Vice-President 

GLORIA MERLE HUFFMAN Secretary 

MARGARET SUSAN BARRON Treasurer 



MEMBERS 1967-68 

Susan Fitzsimmons Alexander 
Susan Lee Barber 
Margaret Susan Barron 
Mary Crump Bouldin 
Daryl Elizabeth Brinton 
Candice Horlick Brown 
Diane Haywood Ellis 
Karen Elizabeth Gibbon 
Kristine Hoover 
Gloria Merle Huffman 
Kathleen Marie Johnson 
Mary Gorringe King 
Sharon Irene Lewis 
Suzanne McDonald 
Patricia Ann Owens 
Martha Ellen Rainey 
Sharon Lee Rose 
Katherine Marie Slaughter 
Sarah Jane Stewart 
Alice Graham Underbill 
Judith Claire Wilson 
Jean Carolyn Winter 



ALUMNAE AND HONORARIES 

Barbara Helene Ballow 
Anne Elizabeth Belcher 
Mary Margaret Bowsher 
Nancy Elizabeth Ehle 
Mary Susan Kirk Fulgrum 
Mary Grey Teague Fullwood 
Robin Pietra Godett 
Susan Gertrude Gretz 
Mary Ann Hutchinson 
Judith Ann Hall 
Carolyn Rudolph Hopper 
Mary Elizabeth Justice 
Anne Birch Lipford 

Elizabeth Louise Moore 

Carole Jean Norman 
Anne Marie Peacock 
Betsy Price Savage 
Louise Jordan Smith 
Sherdenia Thompson 
Emily Cathey Wilson 
Florence Elder Witt 
Mary Adelaide Austell 
Mrs. John V. Allcott 
Dr. Janet R. Fischer 
, Mrs. Robert O. Forrest 

Dr. Mary Turner Lane 
Dr. Mary Clyde Singleton 




Honoraries 391 



The Order of the 
Old Beanbirds 



OFFICERS 

JIMMY "FANTAIL FLEA" BLACK Major Bird 

BONNIE"WHITE-TAILED SCREAMER" YOUNG , . .Minor Bird 
ANDY "GOAT-SUCKER GROSBEAK" GALYON. . . Money Bird 



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MEMBERS 




Andy "Magnificent Fruit Pigeon" Beerman 
Sandy "Rocket-tailed Looney Bird" Kelso 
Karen "Laughing Kookabura" Davis 
Jane "Bleary-Eyed Bluejay" Brady 
Cheryl "Sugar Bird Coquette" Lesh 
Nancy "Forked-tail Goose" Comer 
Susie "Evening Titmouse" Walters 
Liza "Red-Breasted Raven" Robb 
^Candy "Krackling Koo-Koo" Carr 

illy "Blush Cap" Palantzas 
Mary "Short-tailed Pewee" Roundtree 
Laura "Pigmy Grouse" Fonvielle 
Lloyd "Sharp-Shinned Seed Eater" Hall 
Margaret "Bristle-Headed Bobba Link" Burwell 
Helen "Hammer Heda Honey Guide" Harmon 
Eddie "Willow Waddle Wigeon" Wright 
Sandy "Bohemian Chatterer" Reid 
Bill "Buffleheaded Booby" Bixer 
Carl "Pea Fowl" Meares 
John "Buff-Breasted Spoonbill" Callan 
Bill "Butcher Bird Babbler" Adams 
Peter "Willie Wagtail" Moister 



Tommy "Sharp Shinned" Hawk 

Walter "Razor-Billed Pelican" Hussman 

John "Hairy Red-Breasted Partridge" MacCorkU 

Jack "Jumper-Passer" Hughes 

Averett "Red-Eyed Creeping Buzzard" Lamm 

Garnet "Solitary Fly Catcher" Smith 

Stuart "Carolina Turtle Dove" Wilson 

Drew "Booby Creeper" Mayse 

Bill "Bull Bull Shoveler" Southerland 

Randy "Whooping Bananaquit" Bennett 

David "Hell-diver Parrott" Poer 

Pat "Sapsuckling Scoter" Arnold 

Woody "Helmeted Honeyeater" Woodroof 

Brugh "Great Horned Owl" Reynolds 

Bruce "Tyrant Flycatcher" Logue 

Rixy "Noisy Nut Cracker" Todd 

Toby "Long Claw Lovebrid" Webb 

Mike "Great American Cock Turkey" Wood 

John "Black-Bellied Darter" Trotter 

Raymond "Farmfresh Fantail" Williams 

Susan "Narcissus Fly-Catcher" Wallace 



HONORARIES 

Katherine "Chickadee" Carmicheal 
Charles "Catbird" Bernard 
Arthur "Jailbird" Beaumont 
Hugh "Busy-eyed Limpkin" Lefler 
James L. "Floating Fowl" Godfrey 




392 Honoraries 



s^Pm ARNOLt 
LIZA RORB ' 



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'^at Arnold" 
Andy Buerman 

Jill Bickble^ 

iitimy Blacij,^- 
ppf! Brady 

largarnl Burwet 

lindy Carr;; 

f&ron Davi^ 
Andy Galyc 
Ike Graingejl 
Lloyd Hall 



^MEMBERS^ 

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Jaclc Hughes^T^ 

Bruce LogueJ'"*^ 

Billie Palnnlzas 

Gregory Pi'olfir 

iTaVid pm^ 

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[Mary Rduntr 

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The Order of the Gimghoul 



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819 Mayu King Ciravatt 

21 Jerald Clifford Liebharl. |i.. . 
818 Lulher Anderson Galyun, III 
■-^^0 William Clarence Khmz Jr. 



331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 

365 George Watts Hill 

439 James Penrose Harland 

442 Robert Burton House 

490 Fletcher Melvin Green 

492 Charles Milton Shaffer 

528 Joseph Flanner Patterson, Jr. 

540 Ernest Graige 

546 Harry Kitson Russell 

582 Issac Montrose Taylor 

634 Lyman Atkinson Gotten 

650 Roy Walter Holsten 

663 Frank Wysor Klingberg 

664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 

665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 



673 
678 
679 
741 
751 
763 
796 
815 
816 
822 
823 
824 
825 
835 
836 




Benson Reid Wilcox 
Herbert Ralph Baer 
George Dial Penick 
Richard Hill Robinson, Jr. 
William Brantley Aycock 
Hugh Talmadge Lefler 
Joseph Maryon Saunders ' 
Stephen Bartow Baxter 
Peter Franklin Walker 
Stewart Leigh Wilson, Jr. 
Lee Roy Wells Armstrong 
Peter Thacher Grauer 
David Lee Riggs 
William Clyde Friday 
RoUie Tillman, Jr. 




Tiorgon's Head Lodge 

LWOFFICEBS !^^^_^ 

DAVID HENRY POER, JR ..y^ft . Prlnceps 

JOHN SCHLEY HUGHES ^ . . Censor 

ROBERT BRUCE LOGUE, JR. Quaestor 

JAMES BELL BLACK, III Scriptor 

ALEXANDER WEBB, III Adiutoi- 




Patrick Arthur Arnold 
Joseph Augustine Bailey, III 
Randolph AUport Bennett 
William Hamilton Bicksler 
James Bell Black, III 
Isaac Bates Grainger, III 
Thomas Dupree Higgins, III 
John Schley Hughes 
Claude Haynes Lawrence, Jr. 
Robert Bruce Logue, Jr. 
Richard Alexander Parker, III 
David Henry Poer, Jr. 
Robert Herman Poitras 
William Judson Ward, Jr. 
Alexander Webb, III 




FACULTY MEMBERS 

Nicholas B. Adams 
Walter R. Berryhill 
James B. Bullit 
George B. Daniel 
Raymond H. Dawson 
Clifford M. Foust 
Keener C. Frazer 
William M. Geer 
Claude S. George, Jr. 
Edward M. Hedgepeth 
Howard D. Henry 
Urban T. Holmes 
James K. King 
Dougald MacMillan 
Donald E. Skakle 




HQiipVaries 395 



OFFICERS 



-% RIGt^RD T. B. TRASK Chi Nu Gamma 

► • i*BRANDON W. SHREVE . . Sigma Lambda Gamma 



CHARTER MEMBERS 





Richard T. B. Trask 
Frederick B. Tygart 



John D. Brewer 

Thomas G. Christy , 

James T. Fain, III, :^.l k , , .^ j E. Ward Wight, III 

Frederick M. Genungrn ''■■^ ■'■'^'' Warren W. Wills, Jr. 

Brandon W. Shreve 

MEMBERS 



, Richard A. Grubar 

W; Shelton Holland 
*• Lee B. Johnson 
' R. Thomas Perry 
■ Randal L. Ringhaver 
Richard B. Rhyne 
Brandon W. Shreve 
Richard T. B. Trask 
Thomas N. Williams 



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CHARLESJKUAKT MILL, JR. KATHRYiX' CLINTON FELGRIFT ,, 



ELINOR TIDDEN UPTON 
Othigos 






'AFlLi ' 

Joseph Campbell Belden 
Rose Lindsay Harvey Boswell 
Marguerite Dewey Daniels 
Courtlandt Palmer Dixon III 

lartha Whalin Dulin 

jhn Clinton Egbert III 
Elizabeth House Ferree 
Judith Anno Froeber 

lary Caroline Hawley 
Lawrence Sumner Heath III 
Arthur Christian Hilmer III 
(Catherine Hipp 
Jdhn Adams McCullough 
(A'nthia Annt; Parker 
Donald Ogden Ross 
bayard Warren Russe 
Cirol Ann Stein 
Addison Foster Vars III 

Jruce Lynde Wylie 



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Little Sisters of Minerva 



OFFICERS 

SARAH CARPENTER SMITH President 

ELIZABETH WALKER ROBB Vice-President 

JULIET ELIZABETH MURRELL Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Barbara Evelyn Barrett 
Evelyn Melissa Bond 
Jane Harris Brady 
Cynthia Louise Kane 
Juliet Elizabeth Murrell 
Cynthia Anne Parker 
Amelia Ann Phillips 
Elizabeth Walker Robb 
Jean Alice Roberts 
Sarah Carpenter Smith 
Patricia Thomas Waller 
Charlotte Digby Wardlaw 




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Preservation of 
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"I shall have but littel to do next yeare and I want to be dqi. 
Something as I have don nothing sence I have beain heare 

HPTTERLING'. Nathaniel Goodwin Norton 




B. T. 



PURSER John Clinton EgbertTTn 

SOW'S EAR:^ GeSpge-Major Teague 

MEMBERS 

John Clinton Egber 
Nathaniel Goodwin 
Henry Lyon May 
David Henry Poer, 
George Major Teague 
ohn William Yatt 

INDUCTED MAY- 
Charles Brethen, III 
John Garling Callan v 
Brooks Carey j' 

Luther Anderson Galybn, II 
Robert Bruce Logue, Jr. 
Jeffrey Kenneth MacNelly 

rank Grant McClintock, Jr. 
James Marion Parrott 
.'Robert Emmett Winton 
\ixDr. Stephen Baxter, Chawbacon 
Dr. Hugh Talmadge Lefler, Historian 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Arthur J. Beaumont 
Al Capp 






Judy FroelDer 

YACK QUEEN 



Sponsored by 
Delta Delta Delta 




Beauties 401 




Judy Thompson 

Morrison Harris House 



Christy King 

West Cobb Dorm 











Penny Raynor 

Alpha Phi Omega 



Dotti Wagner 

Beta Theta Pi 



SWEETHEARTS 




Paula Ullman — Phi Kappa Sigma 




Linda Holtoway — fA 



Debbie Ludwick — Everett 



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Ada Lee Birnie — Phi Gamma Delta 




Sharon Derrick — Ehringhaus Aycock Hoi 




Alice Saunders — Kappa Psi 



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Eamona Taylor 

HOMECOMIITG QUEEU 



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ONS ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATION 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



"Student Government" is for many students a 
still somewhat nebulous concept: in fact this may 
even apply to the majority. Yet no student, whether 
he knows it or not, goes unaffected by the decisions 
made in Graham Memorial, in the old Di-Phi 
Chamber, or in the other somewhat scattered 
points of rendezvous which the powers that be are 
known to frequent. 

As with all governments, the incredible bureauc- 
racy of Student Government at Chapel Hill has ex- 
panded greatly in recent years, engulfing areas of 
concern unknown a decade ago. Yet not all bureau- 
cracies are bad; many serve a valuable purpose. 
Those who have participated in Student Govern- 
ment here and those who have studied it on a larger 
scale can testify to the amazing similarity of prob- 
lems and experiences. Though everything is in mi- 
crocosm here, and areas of concern may seem a bit 
Mickey Mouse to state and national officials, more 
than a few leaders have come up through this path. 

The Yackety Yack. in cooperation with dozens 
of people in every facet of student affairs to whom 
we are deeply indebted, has composed the fol- 
lowing attempt to chronicle Student Government 
— 1968. We hope this will give the reader a greater 
feeling for the happenings in this important part of 
campus affairs. Hopefully, it may instill the inspi- 
ration to really participate in some of this meaning- 
ful work. 




420 Organiziilions 



EXECUTIVE BRANCH 



This year has been one of great innovation in 
Student Government. The Executive, under the 
leadership of President Robert M. Travis, has pro- 
posed and sponsored many new programs, and the 
Student Legislature has endorsed them. The main 
thrust of Student Government has been toward 
greater participation in the student movement for 
educational reform, and the improvement of 
living-learning conditions in the residence colleges 
has continued and expanded. 

Registration for the experimental college has 
grown to over 700 in its third semester. The pass- 
fail program has been put into effect, and first indi- 
cations are that results have been highly success- 
ful. Opportunities for independent study abroad 
were expanded. Students have been asked to par- 
ticipate in a re-evaluation of the undergraduate po- 
litical science curriculum. Several departments 
have responded to student requests for smaller 
classes and more interesting courses by making a 
new series of seminars available. 

With Student Government support, another 
major student institution was founded this year. 
The International Student Center, with a staff of 
over 75 students, has begun a wide range of activi- 
ties designed to increase international awareness 
at Carolina. 

Student Government received its first founda- 
tion grant this year, an award of $2,250 from Sears 
and Roebuck for a program of leadership develop- 
ment for student organizations, operated with the 
aid of faculty members of the School of Education. 
With these funds. Student Government will enter 
the new field of group dynamics and sensitivity 
training with a program that promises to improve 
the quality of leadership on campus. 



In other executive actions, President Travis 
created the Carolina Talent Search, a program to 
disseminate information to Negro and economical- 
ly disadvantaged students outside the normal re- 
cruiting networks of the University. A Student Ad- 
visory Committee was set up to aid students in aca- 
demic counseling and relieve some of the pressures 
on academic advisors. The In-Class Course and 
Teacher Evaluation was completely revised under 
the auspices of the Academic Affairs Committee. A 
Student Committee to evaluate the General College 
and survey the offerings of other universities and 
colleges in the first two years in an effort to im- 
prove our own program was formed. 

With the help of a $500 grant from the National 
Student Association, the Student Mental Health 
Committee has begun to develop programs of de- 
fining and attacking the sources of student stress 
on campus. 

A year of unprecedented cooperation among stu- 
dents, faculty and administration, agreements 
were reached on lowering T-sticker parking fees, 
increasing resale prices of the Book Exchange, and 
most important, a policy on student drug usage 
was negotiated and approved by the Student Legis- 
lature. In addition, students participated in the 
deliberations of the new Chancellor's advisory 
committees: one on Teaching and Curriculum, and 
another on residential colleges, working to bring 
dramatic change for the better in the area of the 
living-learning process. 

With the approval of the legislature and ulti- 
mately the Student Body, the President achieved a 
streamlining of the financial procedures of Student 
Government, making the Student Body Treasurer 
an appointed rather than elective position. In re- 



Robert Moore Travis, President of the Student Body 




sponse to student petitioners, the Executive draft- 
ed and placed before the Student Body an honor 
systems opinion poll, which could lead to far- 
reaching changes in student judicial policy. 

With great satisfaction, student government 
leaders saw their challenge of the North Carolina 
Speaker Ban Law upheld by a three-judge federal 
court, which declared the 1965 law unconstitu- 
tional in deciding on the student-initiated suit. 

There were some stormy issues also that rocked 
Student Government: the dismissal of the women's 
attorney general, the controversy over the Carolina 
Talent Search, and the discussion of the campus 
drug policy all generated much heat throughout the 
campus. 

The Travis administration fulfilled its promises 
made to the students in the spring campaign: the 
placement of a washing machine pilot project in 
the men's residence halls, the agreement that the 
Student Attorney General be notified before any 
student is given a disciplinary hearing by the Uni- 
versity Administration: the Student Body Presi- 
dent obtained a place on the administrative board 



of the Dean of Student Affairs of the University 
Administration. 

As the Yack goes to press, a number of Student 
Government proposals are in various stages of 
completion. Some of the major remaining pro- 
grams of the Travis Administration are: the placing 
of the Yackefy Yack on a subscription basis, the 
expansion of the state affairs program to include 
utilization of taped television shows on campus 
life, the establishment of a student exchange with 
the University of California at Los Angeles, and the 
activation of the Student Supreme Court. 

The year has been one of great newness and ex- 
citement. It has seen students taking a bigger role in 
planning their educations and determining their 
living conditions. It has seen obsolete structures 
abolished: it has seen controversy but no great con- 
frontations: it has seen progress without major 
conflict. President Travis remarked, "I hold that 
the demonstration that change could be brought 
about without damaging conflict between student 
and administration as the greatest accomplishment 
of my administration." 




EXECUTIVE STAFF — Borboro Gaddy, Presidentiol Receptionist: Margaret Jenrtings, Secretarial Assistartt: Ken Day, Executive Secretary. 



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John Edwin Dietz, Vice-President of the Student Body 




Hugh Saxon, Treasurer of the Student Body 



Organizations 423 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

Some of the most important work of Student 
Government is accomplished by the Department of 
External Affairs. The groups working under this 
department are concerned with the University's 
relations with the state and the community. Orga- 
nizations include the State Affairs Committee, the 
Consolidated University Student Council, the 
N.S.A. Committee, the Student Credit Commis- 
sion, and the newly-created Carolina Talent 
Search. The Vigah Committee also works to coor- 
dinate the efforts of Student Government and 
other campus groups on community improvement 
projects. Recent developments well within the 
memory of most students on campus today make 
obvious the important work of this department. 

Among the most important groups is the STATE 
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. If the University of 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill is to continue to 




enjoy the support of the people it serves, every 
means available must be employed to insure that 
the people of North Carolina fully understand the 
meaning of a university; and more specifically un- 
derstand such concepts as Academic Freedom, 
Freedom of Speech, and the Consolidated Univer- 
sity system itself. During the past year, the State 
Affairs Committee, under the direction of Ed Bris- 
tol, sought to extend and interpret the meaning of a 
university beyond the immediate community and 
present to the people of North Carolina a true pic- 
ture of what the University of North Carolina is 
and where it is going. 

The State Affairs Committee seeks to accom- 
plish this goal by several means. The committee 
sends student representatives to high schools and 
civic organizations throughout the state to illus- 
trate and explain various aspects of life at Caro- 
lina. Students visit their state representatives to in- 
form them of developments relevant to the Univer- 
sity's needs and problems, and correspond and in- 
form the University trustees on matters of adminis- 
trative concern. The members of the committee 
also work in the media of radio, television and 
newspapers to disseminate information about the 
University on a broader scale. The committee has 
also involved itself with such programs as the Na- 
tional Student Association effort in co-operating 
with other schools in the nation who have pro- 
grams similar to this one; the Carolina Talent 
Search, which seeks to inform and interest de- 
prived students about opportjunities at Carolina; 
and University of North Carolina Television in 
producing a series of documentary programs con- 
cerning the University's past, present and future. 
The State Affairs Committee has also been instru- 
mental in establishing state affairs programs on the 
other campuses of the Consolidated University. 



Michaet Brown, Director of the Department of External Affair 




STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - FIRST ROW: Morcio Whicker, Sherry Kirkland, Sandy Smith, Ann toshley, Jennie Klutz, Jockie Frosf, Kathy Davenport. SECOND 
row; Karl Adkins, Deon Farmer, Don Killian, Jerry Everhardt, Harry Montgomery, Allen Moser, Bill Lee, Tom Freeman, Ed Bristol, Chairman. THIRD ROW: Chris 
Bean, Pete Powell, Danny Davis, Doug Sharer, C. J. Simmons, Som Jones, Bob Hunter, Bo Bishop, Bill Casper. 



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Throughout all of these activities, the committee 
has had the full support of the Consolidated Uni- 
versity Administration and the Administration and 
Student Body of the University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill. 

The University administration also works close- 
ly with the CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY STU- 
DENT COUNCIL, which has put forth one of its 
bigger efforts this year to promote a better integra- 
tion and organization of the four branches of the 
University of North Carolina. 

Rather than presenting itself as merely the insti- 
gator of CU Day, the CUSC has undertaken proj- 
ects to create a better harmony among students, 
administrators, and the "Big Four." Possible plans 
have been discussed and circumstances investi- 
gated concerning four main issues on the CUSC 
agenda. These include: (1) A change in the academ- 
ic calendar, therefore placing examinations before 
Christmas holidays, (2) Consulting the legislature 
on raising the present $3400 per capita construction 
ceiling on residence dorms, (3) A proposal for an ID 
exchange system between the four Universities, 
and (4) Supporting a higher student wage require- 
ment. 

By observing weekly meetings and at least one 
meeting on each of the four campuses, and coordi- 
nating itself more with State Affairs, the Council 
has developed better organizational basis. Both 
President Friday and Chancellor Sitterson have 
spoken to the Council and expressed their interests 
in its functions. President Friday has also indicated 
the CUSC might possibly be the organization that 

CONSOLIDATED UNIVSRSITY STUDENT COUNCIL - SITTING: Frances 
Dayvaulf, Cathy Myers, Dan Killian, Sieve Mueller. STANDING: Andy 
Ringle, Larry Richter, Helen Mueller, Chairman; Ed Bristol, Jean Bartho- 
lomew, David Lanier, Danny Davis. ABSENT: Dwight Allen, Nancy Ay- 
cock, Billie Chambers, Ken Day, Wayne Murder, Randy Myer, Peter 
Powell, Bob Travis, Cindy Webb. 



the Board of Trustees would consult when in need 
of information on student affairs on the four cam- 
puses. 

Another external relations committee of increas- 
ing importance in recent years has been the N.S.A. 
COMMITTEE. The committee handles all of the 
various projects and activities sponsored by the 
U.S. National Student Association on campus. 
Under the leadership of NSA Coordinator Charles 
Jeffress, this committee during the past year direct- 
ed Carolina participation in conferences at Greens- 
boro, Atlanta, and Duke on student and education- 





N.S.A. COMMITTEE - FRONT ROW: Brian Buxton, Chris Bryan, Cindy Arthur, Virginia Carson, Beverly Kennedy, Paula Wise, Bob Wilbur, Trudy McDo- 
nough Mym Martin, Chorles Jeffress, Kern Mart, Dana Broughfon, John Thompson. SECOND ROW. Danny Davis, Chris Bean, Frank McGaughey, Donald 
Hekler, Cosey Jones, lloyd C/oyton, Alike Gooden, Virginia Hall, Jerry Slarnes, Grainger Barrett, Margorel Mossey, Norman Riyk, Holly Bowles, Carolyn 
Holl. ABSENT: Patty McKinney, Ed Vorborough. 



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iinizHtions 42 



al reform. The committee also successfully pro- 
moted a campus-wide referendum on the policy 
statements on the draft, black power and drugs 
which were passed last year by the twentieth An- 
nual NSA Congress. In addition, the NSA Commit- 
tee initiated new programs such as the Summer 
Jobs project, an effort to place Carolina students in 
summer jobs across the country. 

President Travis requested the committee to 
handle correspondence with other colleges 
throughout the country in order to provide Caro- 
lina with new ideas and to keep others informed of 
our activities. Aided by the contacts developed at 
the Congress, the committee exchanged informa- 
tion on experimental colleges, pass-fail systems, 
course and teacher evaluations, and other univer- 
sity issues. 

In order to use the information, the committee 
maintained liaisons with most other major campus 
organizations in order to improve communication. 

The CAROLINA TALENT SEARCH was estab- 
lished in the Fall of 1967 as an independent group 
of students outside the official and traditional 
recruitment network of the University. The group 
later became an official committee of Student 
Government with an appropriation by the Legisla- 
ture from student fees. The activities of the group 
include visitation trips to high schools, identifica- 
tion of prospective students and correspondence 
with individuals to encourage them to apply to the 
University. 

The Talent Search was established out of the 
recognition of the fact that "equal opportunity" is 
not equal until everyone has equal access to. and 
knowledge of the opportunity. The Talent Search 
seeks to work with any group that is interested in 
the extension of college opportunities. 

Not new but at least newlv active in external 
relations is the STUDENT CREDIT COMMIS- 
SION. After several years of dormancy, the S.C.C. 




STUDENT CREDIT COMMISSION - SEATED: Ed Volvna, 
Betly Trofter, Dove Shallanl. STANDING: Bill Hamlet, 
Glen Dalnoff, Chairman; Al Dubose. 



has slowly begun functioning. With eight capable 
leaders, the commission has set out to help rid 
Chapel Hill of bad check passers. Although it has 
not completely eliminated the problem, it has 
aided the merchants and hopefully helped to pro- 
mote a better relationship between town and 
campus. 

The actual functioning of the commission in- 
volves assigning certain downtown establishments 
to specific committee members. Each is responsi- 
ble for periodically checking their assigned busi- 
nesses to see if there are any checks which can be 
handled by the commission. After locating the of- 
fender, he is given five days to clear the check up; 
otherwise, he is turned over to the proper student 
judicial authorities. Only two bad checks are al- 
lowed per semester before the offender's name is 
placed on a "black list" which is circulated to the 
downtown merchants. 




CAROl/NA TALENT SEARCH — fIRST ROW: Mike Pearlei, EmmeM McKelpin, Cliff Tultle, Clyde Milner, Al Dubose, Lynell Dudley, Kelly Alexander, Melvin 
Phifer, John Sellan. SECOND ROW. Phil Cloy, Director, K. C. Evans, Wall Sherlin, Randy Myer, Terry Cobb, Sieve Buller, Dannie Hoover, Everett Dodd, 
Bruce Morris, James Garriss, Ronald Baker 



426 Organizalions 



CULTURAL AFFAIRS 

Culture is an important aspect of a complete 
education. Through the Executive's Department of 
Cultural Affairs, students seek to promote interna- 
tional communication and understanding. Another 
aim is to provide the opportunity for members of 
the Student Body and the University community to 
listen to outstanding personalities and experts in 
widely ranging fields. Five organizations compose 
this department. These are the International Stu- 
dent Center Committee, the Toronto Exchange 
Commission, the Carolina Forum, and, in alternat- 
ing years, the Carolina Symposium and the Fine 
Arts Festival. 

Through the long efforts of its Student Govern- 
ment predecessor, the International Student Cen- 
ter was born in the fall of 1967. A truly internation- 
al community on the UNC campus became a living, 
working reality. Through the immediate devotion 
of the INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER 
COMMITTEE members (of which only about 25% 
are pictured here), the Center has come quickly to 
serve its primary purpose to the campus — that of 
coordinating international programming. This has 
stimulated a greater degree of international aware- 
ness amongst our "community" of 15,000. 

One of the most successful and worthwhile pro- 
jects of Student Government in recent years is rep- 
resented by the TORONTO EXCHANGE COM- 
MISSION. The Toronto Exchange offers a unique 
testimony to the value of personal friendship as a 
bridge between nations. This friendship grows out 
of the four-day visit of thirty University of Toronto 
students to Chapel Hill in the fall and a return trip 
to Toronto by the thirty Carolina exchangees dur- 
ing semester break. 

Southern hospitality awaited the Canadians in 
Chapel Hill in the form of an old-fashioned square 
dance, dinner in faculty homes, a Tar Heel talent 



show, and victory in the Dook game. Entertain- 
ment for Carolina students in metropolitan Toron- 
to included gourmet dining, a Maple Leaf ice hock- 
ey game, one evening of theatre and another of 
sledding and sleighing. 

Three public seminars on each half of the ex- 
change gave the visiting groups new perspectives 
on the issues of their neighbors, among which were 
Black Power in the U.S., and Anti-Americanism in 
Canada. 

The misty eyes and warm memories with which 
the thirty Carolinians departed Toronto are poign- 
ant proof of the lasting educational and personal 
value of the 1968 Exchange. Now in its tenth year, 
the Toronto Exchange is open to all students. 




INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER COMMIUEE - FRONT ROW: HorsI Muel- 
ler, Carlos Gonca/ves, Philip Chan, Danielle Wilhrow, Program Chairman; C. 
U. Rao, Nader Fergany. SECOND ROW: Roger Elird, Chairman Residence 
Committee: Jack Wolmeldorf, Ian O'Connel, Brian Buxton, Chairman Inten- 
sive Language; Steve Mueller, Chairman International Student Center. THIRD 
ROW: Juan Schechlman, John Kaufman, Publicity Chairman; Jill Tyler, Camp- 
bell Read. BACK ROW: Manfred Reinhold, Steve Herb, Eric Clay, Joe Lumis, 
Mark Packard. 



TORONTO EXCHANGE COMMISSION - SEATED: Steve Hope, Jed Dietz, Sylvia Jones, Patricio Jones, Patricia Diaz, Bill Hamill, Susan Murphey, Dick Ku- 
dington, Martha Ramey. FIRST ROW: Jonathan Gibson, Jane Patrick, Laurie Williams, Bill Tate, Jane Robertson, Susan Cantor, Dale Sloan, Rick Lutz, Cathy 
McGregor, Kathy Sheram, Borboro Brownridge. SECOND ROW. Mike Brown, Parker Hudson, Michael Crossv/ell, Bill Wolcotl, Anne Dye, Julia McMillian, 
Moppie Brooke, Steve Barefoot. BACK ROW: Buddy Lewis, Scott Patterson, Phillip Clay, Joan Harney, David Offill. ABSENT: Karin Bocher, Jack Spaulding. 





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CAROLINA FORUM 



SEATED — Ann King, Robert Moileller, Jeff MacNelly, Scott Goodfe/lo 
STAND/NG - Ace Choce, Fred Sfimson, Susan Murphy, Phil Clay 



Scoff GoodfeHo 




The Carolina Forum is the sole campus organiza- 
tion dedicated exclusively to bringing imminent 
speakers to the University community. The Forum 
attempts to serve the dual purpose of stimulating 
thought through discussion with persons of note 
and increasing the stature of the University 
through recognition outside of campus boundaries 
of the Forum program. 

The Forum season stretches from spring to fall, 
unlike that of many campus organizations. The 
spring period is usually busiest and most produc- 
tive, following upon many weeks of negotiation in 
the fall. 

Spring 1967 was a highlight season for the 
Forum. New York's senior senator Jacob Javits. 
then a jockeying candidate for the Republican 
nomination for the Vice-Presidency, spoke to an 
enthusiastic audience, vocalizing his fundamental 
opposition to the conduct of the Vietnam War. 
Shortly afterward, Vice-President Hubert Hum- 
phrey, on a speaking tour across the country, set 
down his two giant army helicopters in Kenan Sta- 



dium. The Vice President was escorted to Memori- 
al Hall where the Vietnam War received its great- 
est support of the school year. 

On a rare speaking occasion, Senate Majority 
Leader Mike Mansfield visited Memorial Hall for a 
major foreign policy address asking the United Na- 
tions to intervene in the Vietnam conflict. The sen- 
ator's visit was well received and widely publi- 
cized. The spring season concluded with a speak- 
ing engagement by the junior senator from Massa- 
chusetts, Ted Kennedy. 

The fall season, 1967, was highlighted by the 
campus appearance under Forum auspices, of for- 
mer senator and presidential contender Barry 
Goldwater. Goldvvater was greeted by an overflow 
crowd in Memorial Hall, complete with pep band. 
His speech touched lightly upon many political in- 
terests and was enjoyed thoroughly by all. 

Midway through the year, Forum chairmanship 
switched from Robin West, who had piloted 
Forum presentations through 1967, to Scott Good- 
fellow. 



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CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM 



The CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM is a biennial 
forum on a topic of serious interest to the Universi- 
ty community. Planned by students and faculty 
members and financed by student government, 
campus organizations, and private contributors, 
the presentation includes speeches by men of na- 
tional prominence, faculty-led discussions for stu- 
dents, exhibits and seminars for students from 
other colleges, and universities — covered by a 
statewide television network. 

The Symposium had its origins in the Human 
Relations Institute, which held its first seminar on 
March 20-25. 1927. In 1956, the name was changed 
to the Carolina Symposium on Public Affairs, and 
it became simply the Carolina Symposium in 1960. 

The purpose of all the speeches and activities is 
to sharpen the intellectual inquisitiveness of the 
University community, as well as the entire state of 
North Carolina. Symposium speakers are faced 
with the difficult task of stimulating both the lay- 
men and the relatively informed persons in their 
respective fields, so that they must interest the for- 
mer with basic facts and ideas, while providing 
new insights and creative approaches for the latter. 
In the past, such men as John Kenneth Galbraith, 



James Reston, Hans Morgenthau, Crane Brinton, 
and Ralph Bunche have brought an abundance of 
fresh and exciting ideas to the Symposium ros- 
trum. 

It seems safe to say that none of us, not even the 
"expert," knows a great deal about contemporary 
Communist China. It seems equally safe to assert 
that the future of China, partially shaped by U.S. 
policy with respect to the Communist reigme, will 
be of great significance in the unfolding of world 
events. The Symposium topic for 1968 — "Red 
China and the West" — seemed especially appro- 
priate for a program concerned with public affairs, 
for it brought eminent expertise to a problem 
which is both unfamiliar to most Americans and of 
pressing importance. 

The Symposium Committee attempted to treat 
Red China in a broad perspective, including the 
cultural, political, economic, ideological, organiza- 
tional and historical elements in an overall picture 
of the mainland regime. The speakers steered away 
from esoteric fine points of scholarship in an effort 
to lay the groundwork for a basic understanding of 
Red China. 







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CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM - FRONT ROW. Richord Klein, Publicity; 
Jonathan Gibson, Intercollegiate Seminar. SECOND ROW. John 
Sarratt, Finance; Kim Ky%er, Hospitality; Wendy Colten, Secretari- 
at; Hal Rainey, Co-ordination. THIRD ROW. Betty Anne Benbow, 
Vice-Chairman; Taylor Branch, Chairman; Dr. Joel Schwartz, facul- 
ty Advisor. 




RED CHINA 
AND THE WEST 




Han Suyii 



Edgar Snow (right) interviews Mao-Tse-lung (leHj in Peking, 1966. 



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EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS 



The Department of Educational Affairs is the 
arm of Student Government which attempts to de- 
velop, enrich and publicize educational opportuni- 
ties here at Carolina. The work of this division may 
be considered very worthwhile, for in the last anal- 
ysis, education is what we are here for. Of the three 
committees in this department, one strives to bring 
potential honors students here: a second continual- 
ly examines the academic situation and strives for 
improvement; a third aims to develop opportuni- 
ties for the honors students already here, who pro- 
vide the continual stimulus for academic and intel- 
lectual activity present on campus. 

A particularlv important and rewarding experi- 
ence is availible in the NATIONAL MERIT 
SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE, which seeks to at- 
tract potential students of high character and intel- 
lectual ability to Chapel Hill. The committee be- 
gins preparations for the coming year's activities in 
the spring prior to its big weekend in the fall. This 
past year, over 225 National Merit Semifinalists 
participated in a three-day program at Carolina 
which included a concert by Smokey Robinson 
and the Miracles, an address by Chancellor Sitter- 
son, the opportunity to speak with members of the 



admissions and student aid offices, and an infor- 
mal reception with Student Go\'ernment officials. 
The program is almost completely financed by fees 
collected from the students participating and by 
donations from the University. In the past, some 
fifty percent of those students participating have 
chosen to come to Carolina for their undergraduate 
education. 

The energy of the ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COM- 
MITTEE has been channeled into a number of ac- 
tivities this year. The most important of these has 
been the in-class course evaluation administered in 
the fall and spring. Other projects included provid- 
ing the data for the Course and Teacher Evaluation 
Booklet, educational research, studies in academic 
credit for summer work, and calendar reform. 
Working under the philosophy that once the facts 
are known by both the students and faculty about 
educational strengths and weaknesses here at Car- 
olina, the courses and teaching cannot help but im- 
prove, the committee has striven to analyse the 
University's academic status. The Academic Af- 
fairs Committee believes this to have been a re- 
warding year, both for themselves, and for the Uni- 
versity Community. 




NATIONAL MCRIT SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE 
pem, Kay Weslmoreland, Lynn Orr, Jenny fi 



- Alan Teos/ey, Linda Woodard, Myn 
ler, Jean Healy, Pat Warren. 



WhiHield. George Dennis, Robert Gillam, Debbie Cha- 




David McFadden, Director of the Departments of 
Educational and Cultural Affairs. 



Unlike many other student government com- 
mittees, the STUDENT COMMITTEE ON HON- 
ORS works in several rather nebulous areas. Act- 
ing as a very unofficial sounding board for ideas, 
suggestions, and criticisms of the existing Honors 
programs, the committee acts as a kind of liason 
between the Honors students and the Faculty 
Committee on Honors. 

In more concrete areas, the committee this past 
year was instrumental in several changes and im- 
provements in honors-related areas. For the first 
time, the Honors Committee helped the National 
Merit Committee with National Merit Weekend, 
and helped present a realistic picture of what being 
an Honors student is like to these visiting high 
school students. A summer independent study pro- 
gram was inaugurated, with students being able to 
"register" for a course to take, independently, over 
the summer months, receiving credit for such 
work. As always, changes in the Freshman Honors 
Program were discussed and several were incorpo- 
rated into the structure. And finally, the Commit- 
tee continued to care for its Honors Lounge, much 
to the chagrin of the Library Staff. ^- / . /i^-.-y./-, - .^jym r'^CArj -^ 

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - fRONT ROW. Jonef Sawyer. Chen 
Choirman; Kathy Galloway, Warren SchonfeW. SECOND ROW: John Se 
Robert Gillian, Jay Schwartz, Jay Geer. 

STUDENT COMMITTEE ON HONORS - SEATED: Ann Craig, Lindley Moffetl, Chris Bryan, Woody Durham, Jane Montgomery, Melinda Laurence. STAND- 
ING: Allan Teasley, Barry Hager, Steve Agresta, Gordon Cavis, Tom Craver, Chairman; Jim Glass, Bill Russo, Lee Goldman, Richie Leonard. ABSENT: Nor- 
man Rizk, Tom Whisnant, Lonnie Wilkinson, Allen Lassiter. 




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The Department of Administrative Affairs, this 
year operating without a formal director, is respon- 
sible for overseeing the smooth operations of the 
Executive Branch. It is occupied primarily by sec- 
retarial, financial and communicative functions. 
At the year's beginning, there were four com- 
mittees which comprised this department: the 
Audit Board, the Budget Committee, the Commu- 
nications Committee and the Student Government 
Secretariat. The abrupt abolition of the Audit 
Board and the Budget Committee at mid-year left 
the department in a somewhat disjointed state, yet 
there are still two important working arms. 

The STUDENT GOVERNMENT SECRETARI- 
AT, headed this year by Ann Lashley, Secretary of 
the Student Body, and Margaret Jennings, Secre- 
tarial Assistant, is responsible for the general pro- 
cedural duties conducted in the Executive Offices. 
The members of this committee assist the Vice- 
President, presidential assistants, and other Stu- 
dent Government personnel in printing legislative 
bills, committee reports, questionnaires and other 
items. The committee also participates in the gen- 
eral functioning of the office by providing informa- 
tion, answering the telephone, and purchasing 
supplies. Among organizational improvements 
noted this year is the innovation of a prearranged 
work schedule which has guaranteed a sufficient 
number of staff members every afternoon. The 
Secretariat consists of volunteers from the Student 
Body. Interest is the only qualification necessary. 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
AFFAIRS 




hley, Secretary of the Student Body, 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT SECRETARIAT - Danielle Withraw, Margaret Jennings, Ann LaiMey, Gail Sommers. 




434 Orsaniza 



Also working in the Department of Administra- 
tive Affairs is the BUDGET COMMITTEE, estab- 
lished by Student Government to draw up the an- 
nual budget. Some forty campus organizations 
now receive funds from student fees. This budget 
has steadily increased each year and presently is 
over $225,000. In addition to this responsibility, the 
Budget Committee is responsible for approving 



BUDGET COMMinee - FIRST ROW: Sieve Garrison, Ellie Newenhaui, Robin 
Bell, Choirmon. SECOND ROW: Hugh Saxon, lorry Sheorin, Tom Steworf, 
Randy Heoton. 



transfers of funds after the initial appropriations 
are made. 

The committee members had busied themselves 
this past fall with the approval of these transfers 
and the drawing up of the new budget for next 
year. The committee was abolished last February 
by student referendum. Subsequently, the Trea- 
surer of the Student Body will work closely with 
the finance committee of the Legislature in prepar- 
ing the budget. The new Department of the Treas- 
ury, headed by the Treasurer of the Student Body, 
is somewhat undeveloped at this point in the wake 
of the abolition of the Audit Board. It will take 
some time for this department to develop a smooth 
operating procedure. 

The COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE has 
been organized to learn the opinions of students 
through opinion polls for the service of the student 
body. The work of the Committee runs from choos- 
ing a random sample of students, to actually inter- 
viewing the chosen students and recording their 
opinions, to compiling the results and presenting 
them in finished form to interested organizations. 

During the year, the Communications Commit- 
tee has taken surveys concerning many aspects of 
campus life: the residence college system, the 
orientation program, rules for women students, 
drugs on campus, and innovations sponsored by 
Student Government. The work of the Committee 
h<is proven valuable to campus leaders in giving 
them estimates of support for a particular issue of 
campus-wide importance. 



COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE - FRONT ROW: Anne Lafferly, Jeanne Palmer, Pat Hollander. Jo Anne Porler, 
Doryl Srinfon, Belly Marye, Mary Wilson, Bill Bowman, Chairman. SECOND ROW: Bob Poole, Jim Lenaghan, Don 
Maclean, Howard Clark, Peter Berg, Cherry Sampson, Claire Burke, Nancy Still, Sheila Lowder, Bruce Laney, Sally 
McPeake, Jim Denton, Milce Tola. 





Organizations 435 



INTERNAL AFFAIRS 

The Department of Internal Affairs is concerned 
with the improvement of conditions on campus 
and the preservation of the tradition that forms the 
"CaroHna Way of Life." Four committees work in 
this department. These are the Orientation Com- 
mission, which is devoted to the tasi< of sociaHza- 
tion of the incoming students to Carolina tradi- 
tions. The Residence College Commission is 
constantly attempting to improve the still immat- 
ure residence college system, while the Campus 
Affairs Committee is moving to increase student 
services on campus and in the community. The 
Student Discounting Committee has served an im- 



STUDENT DISCOUNTING COMMITTEC - Lloyd Claylon, Cheri Uwjs, Gory PoviH, 
Stewart Rosen, Chairman; Kenneth Breslow. 




portant function in providing information about 
the community commercial structure. 

The CAMPUS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE attempts 
to locate and deal with areas of concern to the stu- 
dent body of the University. Through the use of 
suggestion boxes and personal contact with other 
students, the committee seeks to find things that 
most students want on their campus. The commit- 
tee is working again this year to hold a Careers for 
Carolina program in cooperation with the Institute 
of Government. The Opportunities of internship 
programs in federal, state, and local governments 
as well as in the United Nations are related to inter- 
ested students in this program. The relationship 
between University stores and services and the 
student body is another area of concern to the com- 
mittee. The committee not only emphasizes pro- 
grams but also solutions to problems through per- 
sonal discussions with administrators and offi- 
cials. It is thus the committee's role to meet stu- 
dents need on campus. 

The STUDENT DISCOUNTING COMMITTEE 
was formed to try to obtain discounts for students 
from Chapel Hill merchants. In a college town, 
however, such a program is not practicable, so the 
Discounting Committee has concerned itself with 
other areas. This fall, the committee successfully 
organized a boycott aimed at the Chapel Hill taxi- 
drivers, who doubled their rates on football week- 
ends. The Committee Chairman now has a seat on 
the Board of the Chapel Hill Merchants' Associa- 
tion, where any problems or -misunderstandings 
between students and local merchants can be 
straightened out. 

At this moment, the committee is primarily con- 
cerned with comparing the prices of different 
stores in town, and publishing the results so that 
will be available to students, especially freshmen. 



r. Director of the Department 
of Internal Affain. 



CAMPUS AFFAIRS COMM/TTEE 
- FIRST ROW Fredel Thomp- 
son, Kathy Hand, Cynthia 
Yeager SECOND ROW Rich- 
ard D Norris, Frank Davis, Joe 
Aulen, Chairman. THIRD ROW. 
fori Hubbard, Brooks HorreH, 
Skip Aiexonder. 



4:tli Uij>iHiizali()ns 




Prior to his arrival on campus each September, 
the incoming freshman receives an introductory 
letter from the CAMPUS ORIENTATION COM- 
MISSION. For many, this is the first contact with 
Student Government. In this sense, the Orientation 
Commission is very important. For the fall of 1967, 
the Commission sought new and better ways to 
welcome incoming students to Carolina life. The 
staff of thirty students was chosen in February and 
began to work on the program immediately after 
returning from spring vacation. Concerted effort 
carried out responsibly by the entire staff resulted 
in a very successful program. 

Revisions were made in the UNC-G dance, Stu- 
dent Government, foreign students, counselor ben- 
efits, academic programming, and religious em- 
phasis orientation and attempts were also made to 
lessen the size of the orientation teams. 

Staff members also successfully carried out the 
orientation programs for the spring semester and 
for both sessions of summer school. 

There were, of course, the mishaps. Cherie never 
did give out the handbooks, poor Jay was a nervous 
wreck about everything, the admissions office sent 
us four hundred more students than we expected. 
We had the happy memories of cleaning up the 
field the morning after the picnic, and Bill Long just 
smiled! 



A newly-created body in this department which 
has assumed increasing importance is the RESI- 
DENCE COLLEGE COMMISSION. This is espe- 
cially true with the rapid physical expansion of liv- 
ing facilities here. 1967-68 has been a year of 
marked improvement in the living conditions in 
University Housing through the Residence College 
System. With the completion of Social Rooms re- 
plete with successful social programs last year, the 
RCC has actively endorsed the Academic advance 
of the Colleges by taking an integral role in the Oc- 
tober Durham Conference and setting up numer- 
ous supplementary discussion groups around the 
campus following the Conference. Also in October, 
the RCC absorbed the old Residence Hall Improve- 
ments Committee. Along these lines we have di- 
rected research and initiated programs on refriger- 
ators, washers and dryers, televisions, telephones, 
furniture, and physical improvements of all sorts 
for the Residence Halls. Throughout the year we 
have been devising a feasible plan to streamline the 
bureaucratic agencies which affect Residence Col- 
leges, and, in doing so, have committed THE Cardi- 
nal sin against the Bureaucratic way — we have 
abolished ourselves, plus the WRC, CWC, and 
MRC in a proposal we call the Carolina Residence 
Council. Thus, from that Limbo of all abolished 
committees, we bid U.N.C. adieu. 



RESIDENCE COttEGE COMMISSION - Nick Didow, Judy Rand, Ricky Toppe, Barbara Gaddy, Bob forris, Oio 
n; Mary Flynn, Mike O'teory, Anne Ferguson, Secrefory; Marcie Kearney. 




CAMPUS ORIENTATION COMMISSION - 
FRONT ROW: Carroll Copple, Chorloffe Atkin- 
son, Cherie Lewis, Women's Coordinator; Fran 
Poller. SECOND ROW: Bill B, 
Coordinator, Gayle Young, Jenny Fisher, Lloy- 
dette Humphrey, Candy Hodges, Judy Guillel 
THIRD ROW: Joy Schwartz, Ass'l. Choi 
Chomp Mitchell, Billy Travis, Steve Hayes, 
Hoivord Miller, Bob Koeblilz. 




ASSISTANT ATTORNfy GENERAL'S STAFF - FRONT ROW: Bob Dilhrd, Sarah 
Mendeliohn, Don StoHingi. SECOND ROW: Bob Jones, Ken Moore, Bob MoHel- 



JUDICAL BRANCH 

The Department of Judicial Affairs is responsi- 
ble for overseeing the operations of Student 
Government with respect to the Constitution, the 
Honor System and Student Elections. It includes 
one of the largest Student Government organiza- 
tions, the Attorney General's Staff, as well as the 
Honor System Commission and the Elections 
Board. This "Justice Department" should not be 
confused with the Judicial Branch, which includes 
the Honor Courts and the Supreme Court; it is an 
executive department. 

The ATTORNEY GENERAL'S STAFF, under 
the leadership of the Attorney General, investi- 
gates and presents before the appropriate council 
any alleged violations of the Honor or Campus 
Codes, as well as violations of the Residence Hall 
regulations, IFC regulations and women's rules. 
The expanding university and the increasing im- 
portance of the role of the judiciary has necessitat- 
ed specialization, but in general the staff still repre- 
sents the contacts between the accused students 
and a particular judging body. It was originally set 
up so that members of the council would not have 
to investigate the cases themselves and thus have 
prior knowledge of the case: yet it now does much 
more. It has been a guiding influence on the major 
changes in the Honor Code and Campus Code, and 
has attempted as well to establish policies which 
prove beneficial to students in general. 

Working closely with the Attorney General's 
Staff is the HONOR SYSTEM COMMISSION. The 
commission has two main areas of responsibility. 
First, it is charged with endorsing candidates who 
wish to campaign for seats on the Mens' and Wom- 
en's Honor Courts, in order to insure that qualified 



ATTORNEY GENERAL'S STAFF - FRONT ROW: Don Slallings, Bob Jones, Bob Dillard, Harry Peferson, David Lloyd, Andi Slem, Sarah 
Mende/son, Andy Schorr. SECOND ROW: Suson Patterson, David Wyrtrte, Bob Trocy, E/oine Wilder, Barbie Barrett, Steve Hope, Jim Ho- 
bock. THIRD ROW: Roy Piicilello, Bill Meet, Jon McNoughfon, Scot! Shellhous, Tom Honowoy, Es/ey Anderson, Mory Roundtree. 



438 Organizations 




and capable persons occupy these important posi- 
tions. Secondly, it plays a vital role in the never- 
ending process of judicial reform, aimed at making 
a more effective and respected Honor System for 
U.N.C. 

This, year, it has worked with many other con- 
cerned groups at preparing and publicizing the At- 
titudinal Survey on the Honor System. It will con- 
tinue to work on evaluating the results of this im- 
portant survey, and hopefully will be able to make 
some of its suggestions for reform into realities. If 
all goes well, the results of this survey could be in- 
strumental in bringing about certain reforms 
which have long been actively sought by leaders of 
the student judiciary. 

Another important part of this department is the 
ELECTIONS BOARD. The Board is charged with 
the successful staging of all aspects of fall, spring, 
and special elections. This requires supervision of 
eligibility requirements, education of candidates, 
and regulation of campaigns as well as the more 
"normal" functions of collecting and counting 
votes. In addition to the two regular elections, the 



Board must conduct all special elections and refer- 
endums. This year the Election Law was expanded 
in order to formulate new policies and to erase the 
vagueness of certain electoral procedures. The 
members of the Elections Board must make rulings 
on all disputes arising from any irregularities oc- 
curing during an election or referendum. 




EtECnONS BOARD - Charles Go/lor, Bill Lee, Ann Jomh 
Oioirmon; Minor Mickel, Mary Wilson, Dashiel Propes. 



Norman Zettet, 




HONOR SYSTEM COM- 
MISSION - Richard 
Roskind, Dick Rider, Tom 
Hanaway, Andrea Slein, 
Bill Findlay, Chairman; 
Fred Hamlet, Frances 
Dayvautt, Norman Rizk, 
Robin Rouse. 



Organizations 439 



LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 



The legislative powers of Student Government 
rest with one important body, controlled directly 
by the students through popular election. Filled 
with tradition, the STUDENT LEGISLATURE sits 
in the century-old Di-Phi Chamber on the top floor 
of New West Hall. It is here, on Thursday evening, 
that the issues of most direct concern to the student 
body are debated and decided. It is here that the 
quarter-million dollar Student Government budget 
is allocated. And it is here that democracy func- 
tions in its basic form and leaders arise. 

Traditionally a focal point of controversy, the 
Legislature has enjoyed a particularly active and 
productive year. Not only have the members of the 
Legislature passed on more legislation than has 
ever been considered before; they have also been 
willing to forego much of the petty partisan poli- 
tics, which has usually slowed down the legislative 
process, in order to deliberate long and hard on 




Vicki Logan, Clerk; Jed Di'etz, Speak 



OfflCERS OF THE LEGISLATURE - George Krischbaum, President Pro-Tempore; Lacy Reaves, Chairman of (he fine 
Judicial Commiffee; Bob Hunter, Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee; Jed Dietz, Speaker; Steve Tange 
Party Floor Leader; Ken Starling, Chairman of the Rules Committee; David Kiel, Parliamentarian. 



ce Committee; Tom Benton, Chairman of the 
Sergeant-at-Arms; Lorry Richter, Universify 



f ' f 




♦ * 




some of the most significant issues to face the cam- 
pus in the history of Student Government. These 
issues have ranged from the Vietnam referendum 
to reform of Student Government financial struc- 
ture; from Election Reform to the Class Officer sys- 
tem; from a new policy on drugs to a campus radio 
network. 

The longest and most interesting sessions of Leg- 
islature were spent discussing five key issues: Hon- 




ors System, Vietnam referendum, class officers, 
the Carolina Talent Search Bill, and the new drug 
policy. It was decided in the case of the first two 
that student opinion should be polled in referenda. 
After a dozen hours of debate, the Legislature re- 
versed its earlier decision, and decided not to hold 
the Vietnam referendum (the YMCA held it on a 
limited scale), but did hold one, on February 15, on 
the Honor System. The class officer debate was 
held to try and decide what if anything should be 
done with the apparently antiquated class officer 
system. A bill to abolish class officers was defeated 
by an 18 to 16 vote. The consent of the body seemed 
to be that a poll of student opinion be made, and it 
was made quite clear that the issue was not re- 
solved. 

The debate which surrounded Phil Clay's pro- 
posal for a project to send information about ad- 
mission to Carolina to high schools which would 
not normally receive it engendered heated debate, 
not so much because of the money involved, but 
because of the concern of some in the body that the 
bill discriminated against some poor people. The 
bill passed by an overwhelming vote, and was 
amended to include all racial groups. In contra- 
distinction to the floor debate on the Talent Search 
Bill, the bulk of the controversy on the new drug 
policy was handled in the Judicial Committee. The 
Judicial Committee, chaired by Tom Benton, held 
open hearings for several weeks, and arranged for 
a hearing especially for the legislators with sup- 
porters and opponents of the bill. 



JUDICIAL COMMmCE - Dov. 
John McMurray, Bruce Jolly. 



Perry, Carl Younger, Tom Benfon, Chairman; 




Organizalions 441 



FINANCE COMMITTEE - FRONT ROW; locy Reaves, Cha 
Dicks, John Gi/key, Doug Morgan. 



; Bill tee, Andy Gordon, Joyce Dovrs. SECOND ROW: Rodger 




442 Organizations 



RUiCS COMMITTBC - FIRST ROW: Ellen Robr'ns< 
ROW: Ken Jacobs, Harry Diffenda/, Worth Ba/d« 



I, Karen Gibbon. SECOND 
n, ^en Starling, Chairman. 




Financially, the legislature has been eager to 
help in as many ways as it could. Money was ap- 
propriated for a campus-wide radio network to be 
established by linking each Residential College sta- 
tion together: the International Student Center 
stands as the fifth largest and only student-funded 
Center in the country; extensive studies have start- 
ed in the area of student stress and General College 
Re-evaluation; representatives of the student body 
were sent all over the country to cull information 
that might be used on this campus: the list goes on 
and on. But Student Legislature has also looked to 
its own house for improvement. 

The Legislature passed a substantial financial re- 
form bill which asks for dramatic changes in the 
financial system to make it function more efficient- 
ly. The Legislature also considered an extensive 
Election Reform Law to make the election process 
somewhat less complicated and a good deal more 
clear. 

So. the Legislature is not always the great obsta- 
cle in the path of progress that it is often accused of 
being. If it can be said that the Legislature moves 
slowly, then it must also be said that the deliberate- 
ness is a necessary part of a legislative process; it 
serves as a check on irresponsible governmental 
action. 



WAYS AND MEANS 
COMMITTEE - John Wil- 
liford, Alan Albright, 
Maraa Whicker, Yorke 
Pharr, Pat Wayne, Don 
Murroy, Bob Hunter. 
Cho 




Organizations 443 



JUDICIAL BRANCH 

The Judicial Branch of Student Government is in 
many ways the most important of all. For it is here 
in the Student Courts that a long tradition of re- 
sponsibility and self-respect is maintained. The 
University's Honor System is serious business. The 
job of the court system is to instill in each student a 
sense of responsibility and pride in the system and 
in the University itself. 

A new partner in this branch is represented by 
the Supreme Court, which has not begun function- 
ing as yet, but the appointments of President Tra- 
vis to the Court, including respected student lead- 
ers such as Chief Justice Ken Day. are very encour- 
aging. The Supreme Court completes the separa- 
tion of powers and "checks and balances" in Stu- 
dent Government, which are inherent to the Amer- 
ican system. 

Continuing the long tradition of student respon- 
sibility is the MEN'S HONOR COURT, which has 
original jurisdiction in trying male students ac- 
cused of violations of the Honor Code or the Cam- 
pus Code. A student found guilty of a breach of one 
of the two codes may be given an official repri- 
mand, probation, or suspension, depending on the 
nature and severity of the offense. In addition, the 
nineteen elected members of the court assist in the 
fall orientation program by presenting the Honor 
System to the incoming freshmen. 




I 



B 



Bill Miller, Cha 



This year the court has been instrumental in pro- 
moting and developing ideas for judicial reform. 
Plans for revision of the policy on drugs and 
changes in the system of penalties were discussed 
fruitfully with members of the faculty and rep- 
resentatives of the student body. A campus-wide 
referendum was slated this spring to determine 
general student attitudes toward the concept of an 
Honor System. The members of the Men's Court 
have as their task the responsibility to constantly 
try to improve the Honor System, as well as to up- 
hold it. 

MENS HONOR COURT - SEATED: Lee Culpepper, Winburne King, Vice-Chairman, Bill Miller, Chairman; Dick Rider, John Lawrence, Scribe. STANDING: Bill 
findlay, David Garvin, Van Fletcher, Champ Milchell, Don Gowon, Ben Hawfield, Lorenzo Lewis, Bo Bishop, Bill Paulsen, Marly Melvin, Howard Miller. 




444 Urgunizalion 




The WOMEN'S HONOR COURT, handling 
violations of the Honor Code and Campus Code 
committed by women (including major infractions 
of women's rules), has a responsibility to the Uni- 
versity and to the individual student. It is responsi- 
ble for maintaining high standards of honor among 
women students, and thereby maintaining the 
honor of the University itself. At the same time, 
WHC must seek to protect rights guaranteed to 
each defendant and weigh any extenuating cir- 
cumstances involved in a case before passing 
judgement. 

Trials may be held in public or in private, accor- 
ing to the desire of the defendant. Once a case is 
brought to the attention of the Attorney General's 
office, a woman charged with a violation is as- 
signed an investigator and a defense council — un- 
less she herself wishes to pick her defense council. 
The defendant may call character witnesses to ac- 
quaint the Court with her character. Material wit- 



nesses are presented to the Court, and these may be 
asked questions at any time during the trial by 
members of the Court, the defendant, or the inves- 
tigator or defense council. When the Court enters 
deliberation, it first determines guilt or innocence. 
If guilt is decided upon, the Court determines pen- 
alty according to the effect of the offense upon the 
honor of the University, any circumstances 
brought out in the trial which would make the of- 
fense wither more or less serious, and predecent. 
Sentences are supposed to be both punitive and 
corrective. 

There are 12 members of the Women's Court. 
Half are elected in the fall and the rest in the spring, 
so that there are experienced members of the Court 
at all times during the year. The Chairman is elect- 
ed in the spring by the Court membership. 

The Women's Court, working with the Men's 
Court, helped the Honor System Commission this 
year with the Attitudinal Survey on the Honor Sys- 
tem by giving speeches in the dormitories to ac- 
quaint the women with the issues involved. In ad- 
dition the Court participated in two conferences 
designed to improve the judicial system through 
evaluation, discussion, and criticism. A mock trial 
was presented for women trustees visiting the 
campus in February. The Women's Court also 
began releasing more information about court 
cases to the Daily Tar Heel this year — letting the 
student body know more about the working of the 
court while still protecting the identity of the de- 
fendants. WHC helps orient students to the honor 
system in the fall, spring, and summer by adminis- 
tering honor system tests and holding a convoca- 
tion. 



WOMEN'S HONOR COURT - FRONT ROW. Gale Swan, Olivia Miller, Gene Moncriel, Ann Merricks, 
Sloan, Karen Freeman, Martha Lovell, Mert Tragesier, Carol Roach, Kay Hvtton, Susan Scripturi 



1 Checkifield, Rebecca Pope. SECOND ROW: Dale 




PUBLICATIONS 



The University of North CaroUna has a long and 
honorable tradition as a leader in the publications 
field. The five publications at Chapel Hill are the 
Daily Tar Heel, the oldest college daily in the 
South, now celebrating its seventy-fifth year: the 
Yackety Yack, one of the ten largest and most pres- 
tigeous yearbooks in the nation; the CaroJina 
Quarterly, the University's literary magazine: the 
Carolina Handbook, a thorough guide for incom- 
ing freshmen: and the Course Evaluotion Booklet, 
a student's guide to selected courses, published in 
alternate years. 

The five student publications at Carolina are su- 
pervised by the PUBLICATIONS BOARD, an inde- 
pendent executive agency created by the Legisla- 




ture. The Board consists of ten members: two elect- 
ed from the Student Legislature, one from the fi- 
nance committee of the Legislature, three presiden- 
tial appointees, the Treasurer of the Student Body, 
the Secretary of the Board (appointed by the Chair- 
man), and two faculty advisors, appointed by the 
Chancellor. Ex-officio members, non-voting, in- 
clude the editors and business managers of the 
publications, plus the Auditor of the Student Ac- 
tivities Fund Office. The Chairman of the Publica- 
tions Board is elected from and by the Board itself. 

The main duties of the Board concern the super- 
vision of the financing and administration of the 
publications operations. No control, however, is 
directly exercised over editorial policy, except 
through the Board's control over personnel. The 
Board also makes all printing contracts, sets rates 
and selects the editors, business and advertising 
managers of the publications, in its more formal 
capacity as the "Selections Board." The Pub Board 
does not appoint the Editor of the Daily Tar Heel, 
however, because he must represent student opin- 
ion. He is elected by popular vote, but the Board 
still screens and endorses candidates for the posi- 
tion, and their endorsement or lack of it appears on 
the ballot. 

In actual practice, the Board works primarily 
with the Business Manager of the Daily Tar Heel 
and the Editor of the Yackety Yack, who bring 
questions, problems and suggestions before the 
Board for consideration. This part of the meeting is 
open, but the Board then goes intoExecutive Ses- 
sion to make its decisions, and that part of the 
meeting is closed to all but voting members. 

The Publications Board was happy to welcome 
two new advisors this spring — Dr. James Littlefield 
and Prof. Stuart Sechriest. 



Pub Board Choirmon Don McPhaul (left) and Advisor Dr. James Littlefield 
consult with Board Secretary Jean Landrum. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD - 
FRONT ROW. Lacy 

Reoves, Hugh Saxon, 
Jean Landrum, Don 
McPhaul, Chairman of 
the Board. SECOND 
ROW. ScofI Goodfe//ow, 
Clark Egeler, Doug Mor- 
gan. 





The University's literary magazine, THE CARO- 
LINA QUARTERLY, was edited this year by Peter 
Stitt, Robert Frederickson, and David Stratman. 
This year's Quarteriy maintained the high stan- 
dards set in the past by pubHshing the poetry and 
fiction of both known and unknown writers. 
Through selHng for only a quarter, the Quarteriy 
was also a financial success, thanks to the excel- 
lent work of Charles Davis, Business Manager. In 
addition to local praise, the Quartely has received 
national attention for the excellence of some of its 
issues. In all, the Quarteriy is one of the Universi- 
ty's most impressive publications. 

Designed to introduce and familiarize the new 
student with Carolina life. Student Government, 
extracurriculars, sports, etc., THE CAROLINA 
HANDBOOK has been UNC's official guide since 
1891. Used primarily with the fall orientation of 
new students and transfers, the first Handbooi< 
was printed by the YMCA and totaled only sixteen 
pages. Now comprising over one hundred fifty 
pages, the Handbooii's publication and selection of 
editor and business manager is administered by the 
Publications Board. A combination of increased 
pictorial coverage, new page layouts, extensive 
and added information, a Carolina blue cover plus 
the dedicated work of an eighteen member staff 
characterize the seventy-first edition. 



SEATED: Robert Frederickson, David Siralman. STANDING: Charles Davis, 
Business Aionoger; Pefer Sfil», Edilor-in-Chief. 




SEATED: Ashley Thrift, Editor-in-Chief. STANDING: Joe Dzwoner, Richard Chone/, Phi) lombert, Beirne Pofton, Thurmon linker, 
Chris Ferguson, Greg Ferris, Jim Fields. ABSENT: Tee Baur, Jim Nisbel, Bill Barnes, John Neal, Jim Simpson, Bob Crone, Leo Finke)- 



OiKanlZiiliims 447 



THE DAILY TAR HEEL 



r^sF 




Bruce Sfroueh, Editorial Cartoonist; Wayne Hurder, Managing Editor, Spring; Larry Keith, 
Sports Editor; Pom Hawkins, Associate Editor, Spring. 



Bill Amiong, Editor-in-Chief 




BUSINESS STAFF - SEATED FRONT: Brant Wonsley, Advertising Manager, Fall. BACK: Reggie 
Graves, Subscription Manager; Bucky Buckner, Advertising Manager, Spring; Bill Staton, Ass'f. 
Business Manager; Vernon Averett, Advertising Salesman. 



44a Or.ii.mi/.alions 



The Daily Tar Hoo/ celebrated its 75th year as 
I he South's freest and largest college newspaper by 
hosting a Diamond |ubilee reunion of past editors 
,iiul staff members, and by winning its second con- 
secutive Pacemaker Award, which marks it as one 
iif the top papers in the nation. In the tradition of 
his predecessors. Editor Bill Amlong kept the edi- 
torial page a thorn in the side of The Establish- 
ment. 

And anything Amlong forgot to say on the edito- 
rial page was remembered by Don Campbell and 
Pamela Hawkins, who succeeded Campbell as As- 
sociate Editor after he graduated in January. All of 
it was amplified by cartoonist Bruce Strauch. First 
semester graduation took not only Campbell from 
the staff, but two other top men as well: Managing 
Editor Lytt Stamps and News Editor Hunter 
( ieorge. They were replaced by Wayne Hurder and 
Rebel Good. Sports editor Larry Keith quarter- 
hacked the DTH's varsity coverage, which was 
handled by Dale Gibson, Owen Davis, Rick Brewer 
and Bob Coleman. 

Turning out the news and features on a daily 
basis were the other staffers, including Steve 
Knowlton, Terry Gingras, Shari Willis, Carol Won- 
savage. Rick Grey, Todd Cohen, Frank Ballard, 
Louise Jennings, Karen Freeman, and Bryan Gum- 
ming. And what would the DTH be without pic- 
tures — as were supplied by Gene Wang, Mike 
McGowan, Steve Adams, Sam Williams and Er- 
nest Robl. You can't forget the business side of the 
paper either. Don Walton, as business manager, 
was assisted by Brant Wansley and Kermit Buck- 
ner, the advertising managers. And that's what The 
Daily Tar Heel. 1967-68, was made of. 




Don Campbell, Associate Editor, Fall; Carol Wonsavage, Feature Editor, Fall; Hun- 
ter George, News Editor, Fall. 




EDITORIAL STAFF - SEATED 
FRONT: Rick Grey, Karen Free- 
man. STANDING: Steve Price, 
Terry Gingras, Wayne Hurder, 
Shari Willis, Feature Editor, 
Spring. 



Org,iriizaliuii,s 4-HI 



THE YACK^TY 


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Gregg DearH 


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Editor 


Sam CaltagirorfS^ ■ 


Design 



Tfie 1968 Yackety Yack represents the 
work of a small group of people over a 
long period of time. Somehow, some- 
where, this handful of dedicated work- 
ers came to feel an obligation to this 
school, to this yearbook, and to them- 
selves. Without their efforts this book 
would still be on the office floor. 

But the story of the 1968 Yack is not 
just a story of hard work and sacrifice — 
it is also a tale of great joy and satisfac- 
tion that comes only when one sees the 
fruition of his efforts. The Yack Staff is 
proud of its contribution to this book, 
and to this University; but like most 
tasks, the greatest happiness usually 
comes from the smallest things. 

How can we ever forget 1968? It was 
the year of the Midnight Bandit who was 
kind enough to take whatever we left 
unchained. There was the trip to Dallas, 
the Red Garter, and those Braniff stew- 
ardesses. And who could forget the 
looks we got when we rejected copy? 
And what about those weeks we spent 
filing 30,000 cards and pictures in alpha- 
betical, numerical, and often reverse 
order? There was the hassle .with the 
Greeks trying to talk them out of the old 
style pages. There were the incessant 
picture schedules, reschedules, cancel- 
lations and postponments. There was 
the time Yack photographer Charlie 
Twine became the innocent victim of 
the Morrison coup d' etat. And the fun 
and games we had working with the 
budget. 

But most of all it was the everyday 
kick we got out of working together, 
from our occasional editors, down to the 
phantom staff, yes, and even putting up 
with the Pub Board. It was 1968. it was 
hard but it was worth it — I think. 



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U. F. Holyfield, Artist 

12. W. Lee. Sports 

i;i. B. Douglas 

14. S. Caltagirone, Layout and Design 

L"). F. Thompson. Sororities 

16. H. Grier. Photography 

17. W. Sexton. Business Manager 

18. G. Datnoff. Fraternities 

19. A. d'Ossche. Photography 

20. T. Cobb. Fraternities 



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DBBATE TEAM — Tom Foster, Brenda Mauser, Maurice Stocks, President; David Kruse, Jim Batmasiar^. Lee Baker, Louis Nanney, Dr. J. W. Pence, 
Coach; Jim Moore. 



DI-PHI SENATE 



DEBATE TEAM 



The Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary So- 
cieties are the oldest student organizations on cam- 
pus, and have played a very important part in the 
history of the University. The Dialectic Senate and 
the Philanthropic Assembly combined to form the 
Di-Phi Senate in 1956. They are now in their one 
hundred and seventy-third year as an open forum 
for discussion of any topic by any student. Among 
other accomplishments, the societies were instru- 
mental in the founding of The Yackety Yack in 
1901. 

The Di-Phi Senate began the movement this year 
for the revision of the Honor System. Its Honor 
Code Petition brought about the Student Legisla- 
ture Attitudinal Survey. 

The Di-Phi also organizes representation for the 
University at the National Model United Nations 
each year. 

Members are: Charles Barwick, Eric Clay, Lloyd 
Clayton, Nicholas Didow, Ellen Everett, Terry Ed- 
munds, Clifford Evans, Charles T. Govven, Stan 
Greenburg, William Geimer, Earl F. Hadden, Don 
Hekler, Eric Holmes, Howard Kramer, Micheal 
Katz, Tony Lentz, Larry Lynch, Issac B. Linney, 
Duke Marston, Jeremy Monroe, Ted Murphey, 
Kirkwood Otey IV, Bland Simpson, and Robert 
Shade. 



Whether participating in an intercollegiate de- 
bate, sponsoring a series of Open Forum Speak- 
Outs on controversial topics, or presenting demon- 
strations for high schools and civic organizations, 
the UNC Debate Team has attempted to stimulate 
the discussion of crucial issues in a scholarly, fac- 
tual manner. 

Moderate success in tournaments at South Caro- 
lina, Birmingham, Miami, and Richmond placed 
UNC among the favorites at the ACC Tournament, 
American University Tournament, and the South- 
ern Regional Eliminations for the National Tourna- 
ment. Adding further encouragement to this was 
the fact that most of the debators, being sopho- 
mores and juniors, will be back next year to help 
second-year coach. Dr. J. W. Pence continue to re- 
build and strengthen the debate program. 

This year the Debate Team added a new dimen- 
sion to its functions by sponsoring a series of 
Speak-Outs on vital public issues, providing Uni- 
versity students with the opportunity to voice their 
own opinions on many pressing problems. Thus 
the Debate Team seeks to encourage its tradition of 
encouraging free, responsible debate. 



OI-PH; senate - front row. Don Hekler, Oerk; Chor/es T. Gowen, Parliamenfurcon, Ellen Everett, Bland Simps. 
OND ROW. Eric Cloy, Rick Holmes, Bill Geimer, Sergeonl-ot-Arms; Tony Lend, President^ Carl Hadden, Critic. 



, President Pro Tempore; Michael Kalz. SEC- 




CAROLINA WOMEN'S 
COUNCIL 



The Carolina Women's Council is the coordinating body 
among women's dormitories. It is composed of chairmen elected 
in the spring campus elections; a social chairman and two activi- 
ties chairmen from each dormitory; and Mrs. Heather Ness, advi- 
sor from the office of the Dean of Women. Mrs. J. Carlyle Sitter- 
son is honorary advisor to the council. 

CWC sponsors activities within each dormitory and among all 
the dormitories, such as mixers. Sunday breakfasts, speaker se- 
ries, and discussion groups. The council also works through other 
campus organizations to provide further activities foi the coed. It 
strives lo promote scholastic achievement by honoring the five 
freshmen women with the highest scholastic average with a 
Scholarship Trophy. CWC promotes achievement in all areas of 
coed life by awarding a trophy to the dormitory women chosen as 
most outstanding senior dormitory women — five are selected 
who have been recognized as outstanding in promoting dormito- 
ry spirit and unity. 

In addition, the Carolina Women's Council has initiated the 
Freshman Big-Little Sister program under the Orientation Com- 
mission; the Speaker's Bureau, a file available to everyone on 
campus concerning available speakers, instructors, home econo- 
mists and demonstrators; and the Orientation and Rules Booklet, 
which will be mailed by CWC and WRC to freshman and junior 
transfer women during the summer months. 

The main goal of CWC are greater unity and enthusiasm among 
dormitory women, by providing activities which will enrich 
every area of life for the coed. 



COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

This year the Cosmopolitan Club once again 
made an attempt to create a better understanding 
between students from other nations and those 
from the United States. The topics discussed dur- 
ing the fall semester meetings included a discus- 
sion of the "Crossroads Africa" program by Tim 
Urban, slide presentations by Robert Seymour, 
John Willardson and Robert Horner in addition to 
the less formal discussions by members of the club. 
Richard Hill-Brown, former club president, left for 
England in December, and a thinning of the ranks 
of the executive committee took place at the end of 




EXECUTIVE BOARD - SEATED: Uoydelle Hum- 
phrey, President. STANDING: Candy Hodges, Treo- 
surer; Gwen Hightower, Residence College Coordi- 
nator; Kathy Courtney, Recording Secretary; Jane 
Upton, Corresponding Secretary; Suzanne Simons, 
Vice-Presidenf. 




CAROLINA WOMEN'S COUNCIL - FRONT ROW: Jane Liplon, Candy 
Hodges, Kathy Courtney, Lloydette Humphrey, Sue Simons, Gwen High- 
lower. SECOND ROW. Hoydn Ridley, Judy Smith, Kathy Gwynn, Kora 
Worf. THIRD ROW: Anne Lambert, Pat Smith, Betty Faucette, Mary Vai- 
iere, Mary Euwer. FOURTH ROW. Trudy McDonough, Betty Crawford, 
Marcy Kearney, Becky Bulba, Sara Metvin, Jenny Fox, Craig Towe. 
FIFTH ROW: Leslie Bruton. Judy Pepper, Cindy Thacker, Patsy Stev 
Shirley Schroder, Virginio Hall, Linda Law. 

the first semester. Susan Cantor, Secretary, won a 
scholarship and left for South America. Freida 
Hammett, social chairman, accepted a position in 
South Carolina. The meetings are open to every- 
one, with a special invitation to the foreign stu- 
dents who are often outnumbered by their Ameri- 
can counterparts. 



COS/MOPOtlTAN CtUB- fIRSr ROW. Alef Khalifa, Carol Beerstecher, Joanne Peebles, Anne Hicksoi 
rapoklihah, Agolo Auma-Osolo, Vice-President. SECOND ROW. Abbie Steele, Danielle Withrow, 
Tyler, Emad El Bassiouni, Al-Hachitii Hikmat, Erkut Goktan. THIRD ROW: Daoud El-Medani, Ergun Ye/ 
Fesfraets, Abdul latlf. FOURTH ROW Carlo Shuford, Treasurer, Ron Week, Ahmed Mohgonb Moh 



colues, A. Homldroi, M. A. Nad/em, Abdo Bardawil, M. Selems, Kemble Bauman. FIFTH ROW: Bill Smith, Antol to 
Van Groll, President; Anders Nilsson, Taka Sugiyama, Muzete Hagmukwele, Larry Lynch, R. J. Seymour. 



, Anne Rhodes, Mth-Song-Lee, yowarof Po- 
ena Meek, Monico Nilsson, Alice Goar, Jill 
er, Wilson Kochingo, Campbell Read, Henry 
ted. Nader Fergany, C. U. Rao, Carlos Gon- 



, Cultural Cho 



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454 Organizations 




PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

EXECUriVB COUNCIL - FRONT ROW. Dershie McDevift, Advisor; Susan Alexan- 
der, President, Jones McDevitt, Dog; Beth Wiie, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Joan 
Harney, Court Chairman; Susan Taylor, Protect Chairman; Helen Ennis, Recording 
Secretary; Evelyn Martin, Cultural Chairman; Kay Johnson, Vice-President; Ken 
Perham, Asst. Rush Chairman. 



The Panhellenic Council is the advisory- 
governing board for the eight sororities on campus. 
This year the Council's main concern was expand- 
ing and strengthening of the sorority system as well 
as the whole Greek system. Specific areas of action 
included the evaluating and revising of the rush 
system, changing the Panhellenic Court proce- 
dures, having workshops for new officers to foster 
interfraternity relationships, and generally striving 
for greater cooperation and understanding among 
sororities. The Council sponsored a picnic in the 
fall for the football team. There was also a UNICEF 
project for which each sorority planned a week of 
fund-raising activites. 

The Council is composed of the Panhellenic Ad- 
visor, Mrs. Larry McDevitt, sorority presidents, so- 
rority rush chairmen, replaced after rush by pledge 
representatives, two representatives from the 
Stray Greek organization, and an executive com- 
mittee made up of one member from each sorority. 





FRONT ROW: Nita Wilkinson, Julie Dent, Jeon Robertson, Anne Auberchoine, tamor Sparkmon, Ken Perham, Martha Macphoil, Susan Alexander, Evelyn 
Martin, Lyn Odom, Helen Ennes, Beth Wise, Dershie McDevitt, Jeanne Croom. SECOND ROW. Barley Barett, Pam Perkins, Mary Roundtree, Kay Johnson, 
Susan Scripture, Edie Wright, Derrell Brinton, Charlotte Jessup, lloydette Humphrey. 7HIRD ROW: Karen Gibbons, Morfha Cretes, Joan Harney, Anne 
Martin, Penny Proctor, Susan Fay/or. 



Omanizutions 45 



WOMEN'S 

RESIDENCE 

COUNCIL 



The Women's Residence Council is the Women's 
legislative branch of Student Government, repre- 
senting the women students' viewpoint to the Stu- 
dent Body, faculty, and administration. 

Concerned with providing the best possible so- 
cial environment for our women students, WRC's 
basic philosophy has centered around more practi- 
cal, flexible regulations for residence living. 

With this emphasis upon philosophy, the WRC 
conducted several seminars as well as a panel dis- 
cussion for all coeds on the topic "The Women's 
Role on the University Campus Today." 

Emphasizing a more positive approach to wom- 
en's rules, the WRC made extensive studies in nine 
areas, which resulted in changes of women's clos- 
ing hours, the signing in and out policy, lateness, 
and visitation rights to name a few. 

Other specific activities this year included re- 
writing the WRC Constitution, restructuring the 
Council, and sponsoring a two day visit of the 
women members of the Board of Trustees. 

Meeting once a week, WRC is composed of the 
chairman, residence hall presidents, and represen- 
tatives-at-large, sorority representatives, the fresh- 
man Coordinator, a town representative, and a rep- 
resentative from the Women's Honor Council, 
from Student Legislature, from the Carolina Wom- 
en's Council, and from the Dean of Women's Of- 
fice. 




Sharon Rose, Chairman 



BXECUTIVE BOARD - Colling 
While, Libby Idol, Sharon Rose, 
Chairman, Edna Turner, Mn. Heath- 
er Ness, Advisor: Susan Hill, Mary 
Flynn. 





FIRST ROW: Carol Ann Peleis, June Orr, Shannon Roberts, Janet Sawyer, Andi Slein, Barbora Brownridge, Susan Polterson, Bettie Groat. 
SECOND ROW: Candy Hodges, Jeanie Debardelaben, Jean Cline, Gene Moncrief, Margaret Moilnga, Becca Tuggle, So/he Spur/ock, Karen 
Checksfield, Mory Clta Brody. THIRD ROW: Karen Davis, Susan Wallace, Mary Bouldin, Calhy H/pp, Cindy Webb, Jeannie Williams, Nancy 
McChoren, leshe Wharton, Mary Anne Rud/off, Ceceha Sports, loydette Humphrey, Eslie Eudy, Jo Anne Porter, Cindy Borden, Judy Wilson. 
ABSENT. Doyle Hicks, Martha Roiney. 



■4.'JH Or^.iniziitions 




MEN'S RESIDENCE 
COUNCIL 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
— Bill Darroh, James; Bob 
Bass, Granvjffe; Len 
Tubbs, King; Ed Flicking- 
er, Morehead; and Par- 
ker Hudson, Morrison. 
ABSENT: John Greshom, 
Scoff and Ken Neheff 
Ehringhaus. 




M. R. C. COURT - Gary Ayaih, Harry Brick, Roy Miller, Cline Comer, Vice-Choi 

ABSENT. Ken Pif/s, Jim Hunter 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL - SEATED: Dwighl Allen, President. STANDING: 
Sfeve Williams, Vice-President; David McFadden, Secretary; Bill McDiar- 
mid. Treasurer. 




I, Robert Toy/or, Cha 



A new system of operation was utilized this year 
by the Men's Residence Council in its efforts to co- 
ordinate the affairs of the eight Residence Colleges 
now in existence. 

The old policy making role of the Council is now 
concentrated within the individual colleges with 
the executives of each college meeting regularly 
with the officers of the M. R. C. Included in the pro- 
grams this year have been the establishment of 
radio stations within several of the colleges and the 
acquisition of permanent office space in Graham 
Memorial. In addition, classrooms were conducted 
in each of our Residence Colleges in hopes of pro- 
viding the student with a living-learning experi- 
ence. 

Award ceremonies were held last spring with the 
following awards presented: Best College, Morri- 
son College; First Runner-Up for Best College, 
Scott College; Most Improved, Granville Towers. 
Chuck Longino, former Chairman of the Residence 
College Commission received the Roger A. Davis 
Memorial Award for outstanding service to resi- 
dence colleges. 

The M. R. C. is pleased to welcome Hinton James 
Residence College, which was opened in the fall of 
1967. The Council is proud of the fine progress 
made by the Residence College System during its 
three short years of existence. 



Orgiinizalidiis 45 



U.N.C PRESS 
CLUB 





SIGMA DELTA CHI - SEATED: David Chamberlain, Jim Fields, Joel Haswett. STANDtNG. 
Dave Fiihel, Dale Chodorow, Don Campbell, Dr. Delbert McGwire, Advisor; Thad 
Mvmau, President; Larry Murchison, Ross Scoff, Greg Snow, Curtis Patton, Lytt Stamps. 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 



The UNC Press Club offers all interested stu- 
dents a chance to hear such outstanding jour- 
nalists as H. L. Stevenson, Managing Editor of 
UPI, and Hal Bruno, News Editor of 
Newsweek. 

The Press Club has its social moments, too, 
notably in kicking off the new year and in cele- 
brating the Christmas season. Highlighting the 
spring season is the annual awards banquet. As 
all refreshments at meetings are superb, it is 
clear that this club cannot be recommended to 
diet watchers. 

Officers for the past year included Bob Cole- 
man as President, dynamic Abby Kaighin as 
veep, and pretty secretary-treasurer Diane 
Cohrane. 

Another organization of importance at the 
Journalism School is Sigma Delta Chi, a profes- 
sional journalism society comprised of career 
journalists and college students with the inten- 
tions of working in some field of journalism. 
Begun in 1959 by Dean Norval Neil Luxon, the 
UNC chapter presents programs on varying 
phases of journalism, and this year began a 
scholarship fund. Projects have included Y- 
Court Record Sales and aid with UNC Journal- 
ism Week. Able support has been given to this 
chapter by Dr. Delbert McGuire, the advisor, by 
the faculty of the UNC School of Journalism 
and by newspapers of local cities. 



4.'"iH OrjianizHln 



CAMPUS CHEST 




CAMPUS CHCST EXECUHVE COMM/rTEE - KNECLING: Paul Davidson, Hoywood 
Davis, Dick Luddinglon, Bob Wilbur. STANDING: Bruce Borrogon, Co-Cho 
Jim Wright, Arit} Jamieson, Co-Chairman; Ann King, Janet Sawyer. 



The Campus Chest Committee of the Student 
Government organizes the student United Fund 
campaign each spring. The purpose of this week of 
money raising is twofold: to educate the student 
body as to the meaning and aims of a community 
type fund raising effort, and to collect money for a 
few charitable agencies both on campus and in- 
state. The fund raising activities are centered 
around a carnival, an auction, and the actual solici- 
tation in the dormitories during a week in the 
spring. 

The Carolina Political Union is a non-partisan 
political discussion group which meets weekly 
with persons knowledgeable of and prominent in 
public affairs to debate issues of contemporary im- 
portance. Speakers with whom the Union met last 
year include Senators Edward Kennedy and Mike 
Mansfield, and former Senator Barry Goldwater. 

The C.P.U. was organized in 1936 by students in 
the political science classes of the late professor E. 
J. Woodhouse, who were concerned by the turmoil 
in Europe, as well as the influences of the New 
Deal on American Society. During the period from 
1946-54, the Union brought to campus figures as 
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Speaker Sam 
Rayburn, Senators Claude Pepper and Gerald Nye, 
and Congressman John F. Kennedy. 

The Union was re-organized in the Spring of 
1964 by student leaders who felt that such a non- 
partisan discussion group has a definite place in 
the University Community. In the past four years, 
the Union has met with such noted public figures 
as Governors Averill Harriman and Ross Barnett, 
Senators Jacob Javits and Strom Thurmond, Con- 
gressman Charles Weltner. Morris K. Udall, and 
Charles Mathias, John Kenneth Galbraith, Louis 
Harris, and James Reston, among others. 

Membership is on a competitive basis and is lim- 
ited to thirty members from both the graduate and 
undergraduate student body. 




CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION - FRONT ROW: Richord Mitchell, Jan Jorgenson, Kathryn Pelgrih, Jan Hansen, Gory Byrae. SEC- 
OND ROW: Richard Bryan, Daniel Wicks, Clyde Milner, Jbhn Morris, John SarratI, Eric Clay, Dick Bochinski, Morfin Cafon. 



CAROLINA POLITICAL UNION 



Organizations 4,59 



GAMMA BETA PHI 



Gamma Beta Phi on this campus is a young orga- 
nization. It is an honor and a service society 
formed to aid the university, its students, and the 
community. Membership is open to men and 
women students who have above a 2.5 quality 
point average with preferably no failing grade. 
This year in the work of the membership will con- 
tinue the ideals of Gamma Beta Phi — scholarship, 
citizenship, and service. 



FRONT ROW: Syh 
Heffner, Andi S»e 
Debbie Wyndhat 
Mary Lo 
Re/no/ds, Judy 
Meece, Robin 
Jeffers, Mela 
McNiel, Beverly 
Rowe. SECOND 
ROW: Jim 
Batmosion, Defi 
Quick, Bill Miller, 
Bill Wheeless, Chuck 
Wanier, Ron 
Osborne, Larry 
Lynch, Sam Portaro, 
Wayne Stallings. 




OFFICERS — Woyne Sfollings, Vice-President; Jim Bofmosion, President; Deb- 
bie Wyndhom, Treasurer. 




S.N.E.A. 



OFFICERS — Robert Eorle Thorne, President; Susan Wilkins, 
Secretary; Elaine Douglas, Treasurer; Susan Culbreth, Pro- 
gram Chairman; Judy Mclver, Publicity Chairman. FORE- 
GROUND: Peggy Morgan, Vice-President. 



The Student National Educational Association is 
the pre-professional organization for college and 
university students preparing to teach. The func- 
tion of S.N.E.A. is to provide opportunities for pro- 
fessional growth, development of leadership, and 
understanding of the history, ethics and programs 
at the state and national levels. It also affords a 
chance for participation in professional activities 
at local, state and national levels, especially in inte- 
grating programs of local associations and student 
education associations. The Carolina Chapter is 
the Frank Porter Graham Chapter of S.N.E.A. and 
is affiliated with the North Carolina Education As- 
sociation and the National Education Association. 



460 Organization 




MONOGRAM CLUB 



The University Monogram Cliiii, composed of all 
varsity lettermen, is again on the move. This year's 
projects consists of establishing a scholarship fund, 
operating a concession stand at all home basketball 
games, and co-sponsoring the spring Blue-White foot- 
ball game. One of the most important objectives of the 
club is to bridge the gap between athletes and non- 
athletes at UNC. 

The Monogram Club room, located in Wollen Gym, 
is more than a meeting place. In almost constant use, 
the club room offers to its members recreational facili- 
ties including a pool table, a juke box, television, and 
even a quiet place to study. 

This year's Monogram Club can be looked upon 
with great pride as it represents many of the fine ideas 
which are stri\'nn for at UNC. 




FRONT ROW Jack Writer, Bruce Bo/ick, Truell 
GoocJivm, Chorlie Thomas, Pele Grouer, No/on 
Leonard, David Cannady, Ltoyd Fisher, Peter Davis, 
Nie/sen Rogers, Temple Grassi, John MacNaughlon, 
Glen Slaropoli, James Hickman. SECOND ROW Til- 
den Martin, Louis Pukal, Bob Honno, Battle Wall, 
Craig Bradley, James Sheehon, James Richey, Mike 
Smith, Ed Cowan, Ronald Lowry, Mike Bornes, Tom 
Conlrell, Mike lewis, tynwood Duncan, Mike Hor- 
val. THIRD ROW: Jock Davenport, Bob Connoly, 
Gary Hill, Bob Forman, Dave Ball, Chip Stone, Dick 
Loman, Ronnie Lemonds, Tom Buskey, Steve Burdu- 
lis, Edward Sparks, Tom Renedo, Tim Karrs. 



OFFICERS — Jock Davenport, Social Chairman; Charles Thomas, Treasurer; Mike Horval, Vice- 
President; Lloyd Fisher, President. 




W: 



FMB lir^ FINE ARTS WNE 



WUNC 



The University has a long tradition of excellence 
in the arts. Whether in drama, music, literature or 
the more modern forms such as radio broadcasting 
and even flying, interest abounds at Carolina. Pic- 
tured on the next few pages are a few of the impor- 
tant campus organizations in this area. 

The University community is fortunate to have 
an active student-operated radio station, the 
50.000-watt FM voice of WUNC. The year 1968 was 
an especially fruitful one for this organization. As 
it entered its sixteenth year of operations, the staff 
(all Carolina students working as volunteers) ex- 



panded the program schedule, brought out a new 
program guide, the first in a number of years, and 
worked with new enthusiasm and energy. Many of 
the staff this year, including the Station Manager, 
were non-Radio TV majors, who participated avid- 
ly in the daily operations of the station. With the 
Program Guide, participation in the North Caro- 
lina Hi-Fi Show, and the rewards of a 1968 Caro- 
lina Symposium, the staff was looking forward to 
even greater accomplishments in its seventeenth 
season. 



KNEELING: Terry Henderson, Chief Studio Technician, Bob Jennings, Tom Taylor. STANDING: David Mayo, Sharon Davis, Mike Gray, Stofion Manager: Mid 
Fuller, Lei Guthrie, Dick Taylor, Production Manager: John Desmond, Music Direclor; Dove Taylor, Program Director: Bill Spainhour, Carin Bocher, Dan lin- 
dley. Traffic Manager: Chris Ferguson, Madge Bunce, Dale Rhodes, Graduafe Assistant; Marshall Wright, Business Manager; John Carberry, Ray tancastcr. 
Head An 




Oi>;imi/.jtinns 4t>3 



MEN'S 
CLUB 



GLEE 




The U.N.C. Varsity Men's Glee Club is one of the 
oldest and best known amateur singing groups in 
the South. Now in its seventy-seventh year, the 
Glee Club has gained a reputation which extends 
throughout the state and beyond. As the only tour- 
ing choral group on campus, and the only musical 
group from the University which regularly takes a 
concert tour, the Glee Club has helped to spread 
the name and good will of the University to vast 
numbers of people in its long career. In the last few 
years, besides concerts in Chapel Hill and in every 
section of North Carolina, the group has been seen 
on national and international television, toured ex- 
tensively through the Southern and Eastern United 
States, and toured in Europe, always bringing 
pride to the University, and acquitting itself well in 
critical acclaim and in actual international compe- 
tition. 

Last year the Glee Club toured several northern 
states on its annual Spring Tour, climaxing the trip 
with a highly successful concert on the Tuesday 



Eviming Series in Chapel Hill. This year a Southern 
Tour is planned and, though hampered by lack of 
funds, the group has worked hard to make their 
tour a reality. Bright new uniforms, individually 
purchased, proclaim a new look for the Glee Club, 
while Robert Porco, in his second year of directing 
these singers, has brought somewhat of a new 
sound. While continuing the long tradition of high- 
ly entertaining light music, a new dimension of 
more serious work has been added to repertoire, 
and the Glee Club is gaining a reputation for high 
artistic standards even beyond their previous good 
standing. This is reflected in their being invited to 
appear in several cultural festivals, and being fea- 
tured in a WUNC-TV special on fine music. 

The Gleemen, an auxiliary group, trains singers 
for membership in the Varsity. This group of about 
a hundred aspirants to the Varsity maintains high 
musical and entertainment standards, even though 
they do not appear as extensively as the more ex- 
perienced group. 






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U. N. C. VAKSITY MEN'S GLCC CLUB - FIRST ROW Bill Reel, Sieve Wilson, Lorry Sirowbridge, Tom Moorefield, John Bareiool, Tim Helgeson, Bob Koeblilz, 
Michael Padrick, Robert Porco, Director. SECOND ROW: John Beclon, Vernon Milchel, Don Coleman, Sieve Bogenshuiz, Doug Oopp, Ted Burnetle, Sieve 
Buffer, Presfon Moseley. Concerf and Tour Manager; Don Denny, Richard Sides. President. THIRD ROW: Don Manning, Accomponisl. Jofin Corrofl, Perry 
Holman, Bob Perkins, Lee faulkner, Wee Presidenf, Randy Grig, Phil Adams, Secretary-Treasurer; Tom Limehouse, Don Homficfi FOURTH ROW: Lee Swept- 
som, Public Relations; Charles Nixon, Don Milbrelh, Mid Fuller, Dick Young, Librarian; Frank Faulkner, Bob Efgm, Gary Scoff, Bud Wiser, Knox Mitchel, Li- 
brarian. 



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GLEEMEN 



FLYING CLUB 



The University Gleemen provide musical selec- 
lions for churches, schools, and hospital in the 
( :hapel Hill vicinity and also sing for specific func- 
I ions of the University. A separate group altogether 
from the Varsity Glee Club, many Gleemen ad- 
\ iince from this group into the Varsity Club after 
l^aining important training through rigorous re- 
hearsals in the former group. E)irector Robert 
I'orco requires quality performance from the Glee- 
men and for that reason spends the fall semester in 
wiirking out a suitable repertoire of numbers for 
s|)ring semester performances. 

The Gleemen havi' an annual concert with the 
nursing students at Watt's Hospital in Durham. 
They also perform for elementary and secondary 
school students and for residents at the Oxford Or- 
phanage. In the past, one of the most significant 
contributions of the Club has been a performance 
,ind party for and with the patients at the Butner 
I lospital. 

Jerry Swaim, Andrew Mackie, and Elias Rooch- 
varg are the President, Vice-President, and Se- 
cretary-Treasurer respectively. Skip Schwinn, and 
Donnie Simmons have competently served as ac- 
companists for the group. 



A different but nevertheless real kind of an art is 
represented by the Chapel Hill Flying Club, incor- 
porated in 1951 as a non-profit organization to pro- 
mote aviation education and safety. The Club op- 
erates out of Horace Williams Airport in Chapel 
Hill and currently owns a 1966 Champion Citabria. 
This plane is considered an excellent training air- 
craft and is fully equipped for private pilot certifi- 
cation. Advanced pilots in the Club often take the 
plane for weekend excursions to various points of 
interest in North Carolina and surrounding states. 

The membership of the Club consists predomi- 
nantly of UNC students and faculty. Although 
sponsored by the University, the Club relies solely 
on its members for financial support. Dr. Donald 
Johnson of the School of Public Health, a certified 
flight instructor, has been the Club's faculty advi- 
sor since 1951. The Club meets the second Monday 
night of every month at 8:00 P.M. in the Wood- 
house Room of Graham Memorial. Films are gen- 
erally shown and various aspects of flying are dis- 
cussed by Club members and guest speakers. The 
public is always invited. 



CHAPEL HILL FLYING CLUB - Harvey Jefferies, Treasurer; Dr. J. D. Johnson, Focu<fy Advisor; Gene Scotf, Doug Anderson, President; Sam 
Wilburn, Dr. Johann Sonner, Don Boone, Woinfenance Officer; Henry Gerding. ABSENT: Dr. Terry Bulliar, Operolions Officer, Moiflond 
Alexander, Dr. Bryce DeWitt, Agie Henderson, John Kerr, Secretary; Jerry Liebhart, Thomas Morrison, Dean Painfer, Robert Percy, Harold 
Stone, Jim Wright, Douglas Young, Dan Kolsrud, Pless Lunger. 




GLEEMEN - FRONT ROW: Elias Roochvorg, Jim Kerley, Dan Summey, Bob Davis, Terry Henderson, Skip Schwinn, Ed White, Bud Webb, Eric Ellenburg, Chuck Fo- 
g/emon, Don Choppel, Curtis Rhodes, Sober! Porco, Direclor. SECOND ROW: Phil Howell, Jim EIridge, Bob Isenhower, Bill Pale, Donn/e Simmons, Lynn Burleson, 
Doug Jewell, Mike Lanier, Warwick Aiken III, Ray Rolhermel, David Fish, Alfred Smith. THIRD ROW: Glenn Troutman, Ronnie Sprinkle, lockwood Phillips, Tom 
Cline, Steve Sewell, Jerry Swain, Kenneth Cotton, Don Carrick, Henry Sink, Mike Beavers, Andrew Mackie. 





DRUM MAJORS - Jir 
Frazier Glenn. 
"'Major Y" 



Crowford (teH) and 




TARHEEL BANDS 

Ken Lemons and Wendell Williams spent the 
summer months preparing for Carolina's largest 
marching band in history! August meant that Mary 
D's baby was due and consequently, the Trailways 
drivers took up money because of a guilt complex. 
Finally the freshmen arrived and to the tune of $10, 
we talked business. R.L. weighed in at 287%. We 
knew our Band would have a winning season 
when we blew the State Herd off the field the first 
game. Our Pep Band traveled to Columbia, S.C. 
Even though we were on the short end of the score, 
the Wade Hampton found itself on the short end of 
the towels. The Highway Patrol outran Levin. 

With the Maryland band came the boogaloo to 
the southern part of Heaven. Band Day was the 
largest, loudest, most colorful ever: would you be- 
lieve 63 bands! The entire band traveled to the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. The trip was a complete success 
with pancakes, J.C. and "Gawd." Ah . . . BUS 3!! 
Trailways added a new line this fall to its greatest 
travel on earth comfort: a scenic-cruiser fully 
equipped with bar, mixers, and band members. 

The only explanation for our winning the Dook 
game this year was the 11 pep rallies held on both 
campuses the night before the game. Frazier turned 
thumbs down to the "double command" system. 
Dutt says Amen! Our Band Banquet was the 
biggest and bestest ever — and we even found out 
that Duane R. drives girls to Denise. 

Greg Barton had to hold auditions for Carolina's 
best Pep Band this year. Richard L. donated "migh- 
tier than steel" straw hats. Our Pep Band traveled 
to Greensboro to see the Heels trounce Kentucky 
and Princeton. The North-South Doubleheader 
provided a most exciting trip to Charlotte — re- 
member PMP BIOYA! 

Marching Tarheeli - Fall 1967 




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The Concert Band was one of the best-sounding 
groups the University has ever produced. This 
sound was preserved on a fine record cut live from 
our spring concert. The cover is Carolina "green" 
for color blind people. We tried research to find 
out why Denise was flat all the time — no luck. 
After lugging chairs and stands to the Old Well, no 
wonder we were pooped for our Parent's Day con- 
cert! "Let's hear it for Nelhybel!" What seemed like 
an up-the-road concert tour turned out to be very 
successful and quite enjoyable for everyone. Lem- 
ons showed us where he used to stomp grapes in 
the Hanging Gardens of Eden. We'll never forget 
feeding the multitude in High Point. Our concert 
season closed to the tune of "Hark the Sound" at 
Commencement. 

As our basketball national ranking rose, so did 
the spirit and enthusiasm of the Pep Band. "The 
point being that" a trip to the Eastern Regionals at 
College Park was certainly enough for Lemons to 
discover Levin. Overtime victories and sheer talent 
led us to a "once in a lifetime" trip to Louisville. 
Two losses did not stop us from celebrating (er, 
rioting) to the chant of "We're Number 4!" Laura 
Anne contributed to Richard's glass collection. We 
departed to the shouts of "Police Brutality." We 
put our striped blazers in moth balls and chose to 
wear a more "formal" attire the next season with 
the addition of straw hats. Go Lambda Sig! 




UNC twirler Jim Dudley is pictvr 
here with chief majorette An 
Howard. 



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UNC MAJOHmES - Karen Fr 
deen, Altene Fullf 
stall of Burlingtoi 



il Charlotte, Betty Funderburk ol Aber- 
nia, N.J., Anna Howard (chief) of Beoufort, Jo run- 
little of Norwood ond Carol Smith of Wilmington. 









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UNC PEP BAND - FIRST ROW: 
Chorlie Wilson, Pep Band 
Manager; Paul Weinberg, 
John Andrako, Tom Beall, 
Vice-President of the Bond; 
Anne Icsley, Bond Sweef- 
heort; Freddy Bridgers, Skip 
Alexander, Harry Millicon, 
Steve Neighbors, Rick Prevost, 
Poul Woodord, Paulette West- 
phal, Secretary-Treasurer of 
the Band; Laura Oaks, Conrad 
Wease. SECOND ROW; David 
Goss, Jasper Parham, Librari- 
an: Walter Batchelor, Doug 
Borfield, Sammy Jones, Arnold 
Isley, Bruce Soker, Milton 
McNott, Rick Marks, Frailer 
Glenn, Drum Ma\or; Dan 
Wicks, Guilford Woddell, Brian 
Schillingcr, Phil Dutt, librarian; 
Wendell Williams, Student Di- 
rector; Kenneth Lemmons, 
Doniel Burdette. FOREFRONT: 
Gregory Barton, President and 
Pep Bond Director. 



Concert Bond — Spring 1967 




Organizations 4B7 



THE CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS 




Michael Hardy 

Pat Hurley 

Roberts Bolson William Jack Kerr 

Krislir^e Hoover Richard Worsler 

Doc Clay Don Summey 



468 Organizalinns 




Kothryn Howell 
Jean Blair 
Tom Marriott 



The Playmakers Theatre enjoyed its most 
active season to date, housing six major 
productions and several workshops. The 
Fiftieth Season opened with Tom Jones and 
Harvey Schmidt's musical play The Fan- 
tasticks. which set an all-time attendance 
record for the Theatre, playing to standing 
room only for nine performances. Despite a 
heavy demand for an extension of the run, 
The Fantasticks company had to leave for a 
short tour of North Carolina towns after 
having played to 3,300 area theatre-goers. 

The 1967-68 season was further highlight- 
ed with productions of Shakespeare's 
Henry JV, Part One, the classic 13th century 
morality play The Chinese Chalk Circle, 
Eugene O'Neill's comedy Ah, Wilderness, 
Euripides' tragedy The Trojan Women, and 
Brendan Behan's farce The Hostage. 

Serving the University, the community, 
and the state, as well as functioning as a 
laboratory theatre for the Department of 
Dramatic Art, the Carolina Playmakers re- 
ceive increasing support from the student 
body. This year the 1,000 special student- 
rate season ticket books were sold out with- 
in a week. The percentage of students at- 
tending Playmaker shows is almost twice 
the national average of college theatre 
organizations. 



Roger Howell 
William Ellington 
Christopher Parsons 
Michael Kirby 





GRAHAM MEMORIAL 

The Graham Memorial Student Union is the 
programming arm of Student Government. The 
aim of G.M. is to bring the highest quaUty and 
greatest possible variety of entertainment to 
Chapel Hill. In pursuit of this goal, G.M. spon- 
sors activities encompassing all phases of cam- 
pus life. The Union programs are planned by 
the members of the Graham Memorial Activi- 
ties Board and G.M.'s seven standing com- 
mittees. G.M.A.B. consists of a President, a Sec- 
rotary and Chairmen of the following com- 
mittees: Games, Social, Current Affairs, Films, 
Music, Drama and Publicity. 

Some of the new programming ideas this 
year included a Great Pumpkin Contest, a 
Campus College Bowl Tournament, billiard 
lessons for co-eds, informal discussion groups 
with members of the Department of State, and 
an Easter trip to Nassau. These activities, along 
with the Coffee House performances. Free 
Flicks on Friday and Saturday evenings, tour- 
naments, plays, musical concerts, Sunday cine- 
mas, readings and the G.M. Series, provided a 
year filled with well-rounded activities for 
each Carolina student. As always, the spring- 
time Jubilee weekend capped the G.M. pro- 
gram. Graham Memorial also sponsors an in- 
formation center which serves the campus 
from the wee hours of the morning to lights-out 
ime at night. 

The Carolina Union looks forward next year 
o its long-awaited and desperately needed 
move to the beautiful new Frank Porter Gra- 
ham Student Union Building on Raleigh Road. 
Nearly five times the size of the present struc- 
ture, the Graham Union will provide needed 
space for the rapidly expanding student 
government organizations, as well as social 
facilities. It is hoped that the new facilities with 
their central location next to the new Book Ex- 
change and Undergraduate Library will pro- 
vide a focal point for campus activity. 




Mr. Howard Henry, Director 



Mr. Archie Copeland, Assislanf Director 



Mrs. Oougfos fambrough, Secretary 



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Ashley Hordison 
Music Committee 



Chase Saunders 
Publicity Committee 



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Mary Anrt Fulton 
President of Graham Me 
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Martha Hendricks 
Chairman of the 
Secretariat 



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Bill Gordon 
Socio/ Commiffee 
Chairman 





GRAHAM MEMOKIAL ACTIVITIES BOAKD - FRONT. Bruce Jolly, 
Joe Honeycuff, Bill Gordon, Tyno Austin, John Hober, Alorfho Hen- 
dricks, Chesiley Hardwick. BACK: Ashley Hordison, Chose Saun- 
ders, TOP: Mary Ann Fulton, Chairman. 




MUSIC COMMITTEE - FRONT SOW: Lorry Passar, Ellen Waple, John Daniel, 
Paltie Hadden. SECOND ROW: Lester Martin, JoAnne Porter, Harriet Funk. 
THIRD ROW: Ashley Hordison, Neole Ecksfein, Nickie Tienken. 



CURRENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - Terry Garner, Bruce Jolly, Mary Flynn, 
Steve Gontt, Ellen Archibald, Ken Bolick, Charles Hunsaker. 

GRAHAM MEMORIAL 
SECRETARIAT - FRONT: 
Beth Godley. SECOND 
ROW: Mary Brawley, 
John Hober, Morlho Hen- 
dricks. THIRD ROW. Betsy 
Murrell, Ginny Webb, 
Mortho Myers, Sherlynn 



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472 Organizations 




G.M.A.B. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEB — FRONT ROW: MoHy Brown, Judy Deon, Kalhy Tice, Mary Brawley, Julie Suk, Belly Groal, Beth Wise, Judy O'Neal. 
SECOND ROW: Bill Gordon, David Naquin, Mock Utile, Susan Spiller, Larry Polland, Doug Neal, Sally Cook, Susan Gay, Thurston Cobb, Gi'no 
Root, Ann Jamieson, Molly Nicholson, Beffy Smith, Mike Woll, Goil Poe, Harriel funk, Tina While. 




PUBLICnr COMMITTEE - trank Girard, Slan Hubbard, Linny Elheringlon, 
Chose Saunders, Winston Page. Belly Turner, Bill Culler, Al Dubose. 





FILMS COMMITTEE - Robin Brewer, Alexandra Campbell, Harvey Ellioll, 
Tyno Austin, Jack Womeldorf, Cherie Williams Sn.nn Wilkrns 



GAMES COMMITTEE - Polsy Farlo» 
Bill Leonard. 



Joe Honeycuft, Judy Van Dyke, 

DRAMA COMMITTEE - FIRST 
ROW: David Perry, John 
Haber, Jim Burnham. SECOND 
ROW: Megan Keleher, Sharon 
Demilh, Joyce Schiike, Jomie 
Keleher, Rosemary Zibarl. 
STANDING: John Cole, Mark 
Smith, Paul Siegel, Joanne 
Taylor, Lee Kabot, Anne 
Addlestone, Susan Picker, Les- 
lie Gordon, Gus Koufmann. 




AIR FORCE ROTC 



The Air Force ROTC is the primary source of Air Force Of- 
ficers. Through the Professional Officer Course of the 590th 
AFROTC detachment and the 590th Cadet Squadron, UNC 
has gained a reputation for turning out one of the finest and 
largest groups of officers in the South. 

The Corps membership is currently comprised of eighty 
junior and seniors who participate in a variety of corps activi- 
ties at UNC. In addition to regular activities such as leadership 
laboratory, cadets of the 590th participate in such activities as 
the Arnold Air Society and the Scabbard and Blade, military 
fraternities. Cadet social functions include a military Dining- 
In and the traditional Military Ball. 

Nineteen sixty-seven - sixty-eight marked a new era for the 
AFROTC corps at UNC. AFROTC now offers a new program 
for students of the university. The new program is designed to 
permit students with two academic years remaining to partici- 
pate in the Professional Officers Course program and upon 
graduation be commissioned as an officer in the United States 
Air Force. 




SENIOR CADETS - FRONT ROW: Miller, Smith, Sirawbridge, Cobb, Dilda, McRorie, Box/ey, Beverly. SECOND ROW: Westerholm, Reimler, Evans, Jay, DeBruhl, 
Toy, Gibson, Weeks. THIRD ROW: Kropelnicki, Hooks, OBrionf, Prosse, Grohom, Dipalma, Turbeville, Lairt, Linle. BACK ROW: Sfrogond Gordner Perdue Ford 
Howell, Finkelslein, Whitfield, Forlenbery, Floyd. 

JUNIOR CADETS - FRONT ROW: Hubbord, Poyne, Sireoler, Scoff, Word, Dufch, f/eishmon. Boss. SECOND ROW. Newfon, Sfocks, Cilberl, Haisley, Augusfin, Ma- 
ness. Gore, Cox, Curtia. THIRD ROW: Brick, Adams, Beard, Racey, Woodard, Sockwell, Furness, tawson, Tilley, Garrter. BACK ROW: Horn Slallings Thomas Ad- 
kins, Horris, Warrery, Walker, Sheehan, Aulry. 




474 Organizalion 



NAVAL ROTC 




The Armory, Home of (he UNC NROTC. 



The purpose of the Naval ROTC program is to 
educate and train well-qualified college men for 
careers as commissioned officers of the United 
States Navy and Marine Corps. N.R.O.T.C. stu- 
dents attend civilian colleges throughout the coun- 
try and can study almost any curriculum they de- 
sire. In essence, however, these students have two 
majors — the first being naval warfare and the sec- 
ond in the field of their choice. Training consists of 
seven naval science courses taken over a four-year 
period, bi-weekly one-hour drill periods attended 
throughout the academic year, and three eight- 
week summer training periods. 

There are fifty-two universities in the country 
with Naval ROTC programs. All offer similar train- 
ing programs and provide a means for young men 
of varied backgrounds from every part of the na- 
tion to attain a common goal — a commission in the 
United States Navy. 

The N.R.O.T.C. Unit of the University of North 
Carolina was established at Chapel Hill in 1940. 

It is presently commanded by Captain Rex W. 
Warner, U.S.N., and has grown to be the largest 
and one of the most respected units in the country. 

The N.R.O.T.C. battalion, containing midship- 
man officers and midshipman chain of command, 
is composed of four companies. Also within the 
battalion framework are the Drill Team, the Drum 
and Bugle Corps, and the Rifle Team. 

Out of the Chapel Hill Unit come the men who 
guide nuclear powered vessels over and under the 
sea, lead marines in distant jungle warfare, and 
pilot jet aircraft at heights and speeds unimagined 
by their predecessors. 




The largest NROTC unit in fhe . 



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(CO.), Herndon, Shade. BACK: Rabb, SMH. 



A COMPANY STAFF - FRONT: Dovenporl. SECOND 
ROW. Dovvson, Bobo (CO.;, tcinsfer. THIRD ROW: 
Cog/e, Pergerson, Bour. BACK ROW; Lyons, Neely, 
Libbv. 



B COMPANY STAFF - FRONT: Haynesworlh. SEC- 
OND ROW: Deriemer. Benson fC.O.;, Morris. 
THIRD ROW: Mc/Monus, Blakely, Hilliard. FOURTH 
ROW: Bytd, Roberfs. 



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NROrC UNIT STAFF - FRONT ROW: Copt. R. W. Warner, Commanding Officer; 
CDR A. D. Huff, Executive Officer. SECOND ROW: ITCOt Cook, tCDR Fisher, IT 
Tolberl, LT Vomer, IT Card. THIRD ROW: MSGT Hoynes, StCCS Nrdo, yNC Por- 
on(o, MMCS Payne, OMCS Jones, GMGC Caler. 
C COMPANY STAFF - FRONT: Moseley. SECOND 
ROW: Po/isou/, /verson (CO.), Huffman. THIRD 
ROW: Walkinson, Maore, Sparger. BACK ROW: 
Hyharrow, Zumwalt. 



D. COMPANY STAFF - FRONT: Tanner. SECOND 
ROW: Wolfon, Hallom {CO.), Silver. THIRD ROW: 
Rogers, Tillerud, Borcfen. BACK ROW: Groy, Percy, 
Caldwell. 



BAUALION STAFF - FRONT: Hommerbecli (Ball. CO.). SECOND ROW; Slein- 
breeder, Nemelh, Cunningham, Honltins. BACK ROW: Hamm, Doores, Nicho/- 



DRIU TEAM STAFF - FRONT: Light. BACK: Gowen, 
Whife (CO.J, Sfopp. 




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476 Organizations 




Semper Fidetes Society — 
Melees, Buckner, Dawson, 
Duggjns, Higgins, Co/dwe//, 
Hommerbeck, Huffman, Blake- 
/y, Rhodes, Domino, Ti/lerud, 
SGr Tongref, trCOl Cook, CPl 
ards, SGr C/opsod/e, 
CAPr Worner, Ray, MSGT 
Hoynes, Si/ver, Pergerson, 
HoKom, Moore, Buergey. 



Highlcghl of the Moripe Corps Boll 
Ihe UadiHonal cutting of Ihe 
Birthday Cake. The Boll, held on No- 
vember lOfh, celebrofed (he 192nd 
f fhe founding of fhe 
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Organizations 477 



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PHARMACY 




ABOVE: OfFICERS - KNEELING: Bob Inman, Vice Preii- 
dent; STANDING — Linda lynch, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Fred Rochide, President. 



RIGHT. CLASS OFFICERS - TOP TO BOTTOM: Barbara 
Garrison, Secretary 2/5, Barry Goles, President 2/5, 
Joey Edwards, President 3/5, Diana Stanton, Secretary 
3/5, Al Best, Vice-President 3/5, Ronnie Swoim, Vice- 
Presidenf 4/5, Grohom Patrick, President 4/5, John 
Molone, President Senior, Pom WcDoniel, Secretary 4/5, 
Joe Rowe, Vice-President Senior, Pete Lynn, Secretary 



The fall semester of 1967 marked the beginning of the 
seventieth year of pharmaceutical education at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. The School of Pharmacy offers 
a complete five year undergraduate program as well as an 
extensive graduate program under the leadership of Dean 
George P. Hager. The school also has an ever-expanding 
research program. 

Not only does pharmacy school consist of many formal 
lectures and laboratories but also student organizations 
which provide the student with a well rounded education^ 
and social program. These organizations are an important 
aspect of our school. They include the Student Branches 
of the North Carolina and American Pharmaceutical As- 
sociations, Rho Chi, Pharmacy Senate, Kappa Epsilon, Phi 
Delta Chi, and Kappa Psi. 

This is the School of Pharmacy — study on a profession- 
al level with extracurricular activities designed to develop 
conscientious pharmacists who will work for the better 
health of mankind. 




■180 Professional Schools 



Charles Ronald Turner, 1942-1967 





ABOVE. PHARMACY SENATE - FRONT ROW: Grohom Pat- 
rick, Ted Neol, John Pinnix, Steve Wallace, Ben Williams, Har- 
old Bolick, John Freeman, Al Best, Gene Anderson. BACK 
ROW: Mike Harper, Allan Barkley, Joe Johnson, Ronnie 
Swaim, Vice-President, Janet Deal, Secretary, Stan Haywood, 
President, Smool Cranfill, Earl Hill, Fred Rachide. 

LEFT: STUDENT BRANCHES, Officers of APHA ond NCPA - Pat 
Owens, Treasurer, Ted Neol, Assistant to the President, Kay 
McCray, Secretary, Gene Anderson, Vice-President, Ben Wil- 
liams (kneeling). President, Janet Deal, Executive Committee 
Member. 



Professional Schools 481 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 



OmCBUS - FRONT ROW. Dan Warren, Vice-President Studeiyt Body, Jim Kaley, 
President Student Body. SECOND ROW: Jim £//iot. President Senior Class, Sieve 
Frye, President Junior Class, Kent Denton, Secretary-Treasurer Student Body, 
Mickey Cox, President Sophomore Class. 




During the 1967-68 academic year the School 
of Dentistry carried out its programs in an at- 
mosphere of excitement and anticipation as 
new facilities were completed, major construc- 
tion on a new education wing begun, and pro- 
gram development proceeded with a positive 
orientation to the future. 

In the summer of 1967 the Dental Research 
Center was completed and occupied, and a 
major grant was received from the National In- 
stitute of Dental Research to support programs 
in the' Center. This new facility provided im- 
portant opportunity for faculty and students 
alike to engage in a wide range of basic and 
clinical research. 

In September construction began on the Den- 
tal Education Wing. This new building, some 
five stories high, will include 110,000 square 
feet of additional clinical and teaching space to 
house expanded programs in all phases of den- 
tal education. When the building is completed, 
the University of North Carolina School of 
Dentistry will be housed in excellent facilities 
which will permit continuing improvement in 
an already outstanding educational program. 

As in years past the students, faculty and 
staff of the School have worked in an atmo- 
sphere of deep mutual respect and cooperation. 
We are proud of our students and their accom- 
plishments, and the faculty considers it a privi- 
lege to be associated with such a fine group of 
young men and women. The graduates of the 
Class of '68 are certain to make important con- 
tributions to the health and well being of the 
people in communities where they choose to 
live and work. 



DENTAL ASSISTANTS - FRONT ROW. Twila House, President, Ann Moseley, Vice President, Irene Brooks, Secretory, Goil Johnson, Treosur- 
er. SECOND ROW. Candy foushee, Lynn Osborne, Monie Osborne, Jean Hearn, Rhonda Odom, Becky Sutton. THIRD ROW: Bunnie Silver, 
Sherry Foxworlh, Nora Tracy, Ellen Voung, Prissy Marshall, Jo tasoter. FOURTH ROW. Carol Moris, Lil Livingston, Carolyn Moson, Noncy 
Grobert, Carol Griffith. 




482 Professional Schools 



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Bookholt, Robert G.: Decatur. Ca. 
Brunk. William B Charlolle 
Brunson. |r , William D : Charlolle 
Cannon. Thomas R Burlinglon 
Clark, lames O Salisbury 
Cloninger. Robert T. Dallas 



• Cooper. Ir. Hugh E Bryson City 
Culbreth. Donald L- Sttdman 
Elliott. |r-. lames C : Asheville 
Griffin. Stanley G. Fayetteville 
Hall. David | Wilmington 
Hamtick. )ohn D: High Point 
Harris. Richard C Wake Forest 
Holcher. Frank T Asheville 
Howell. Thomas E Waynesville 



• Huff. Wallace L Chnstiansburj. Va. 
Hunter, |r . Luther G Slatesville 
Inge. Jr. William A, Burlington 
lessup. Edward P Elizabethtown 
lordan. |ene F Wilkesboro 
lordan. Richard D Raleigh 
Lemmons. James B Greensboro 
Macomson. James B, Shelby 
McCall. John M Tryon 



• McMillan. Charles K Wilson 
Murphy. Jesse T Eden 
Norns. Ted G,: Ayden 
Pence. Richard R Salisbury 
Price. William R Wallace 
Reynolds. Roger N : Winston-Salem 
Sain, lames R Hickory 
Schmidt. Paul C Sarasota. Fla, 
Schneider. Robert M,: Winston-Salem 

• Simmons. Jr.. Sam L: Raleigh 
Smith. Owen S Fayetteville 
Spell. John H. Wendell 
Swing. Walter K, Lexington 
Talley, 111. Thomas J : Washington 
Taylor. Michael A Winston-Salcm 
Tennant. William P Fairfax. Va 



• Turner. Jr . Remus S Greensboro 
Tultle. III. Reuben G Winston-Salel 
Vanek. Richard | Hamden. Conn 
Warren. Charles A Kernersville 
Wilson. James W Lake City. Fla 
Voder. Robert H : Hickory 
Anglin. Jr. Richard E Hope Mills 



I Barefoot. Dan H, Smithfield 
iBarham. Robert M Asheboro 
Buck, George S Charlotte 
Cathey. Henry A Charlotte 
Chandler. |r . Dudley C Chapel Hill 
Crawford. Jr . Emerson G. Franklin 
Croxton, Jr. Richard A Danville. Va 
Denton. Kent S Washington 
Dusenberry. 111. George R Burlington 



• Elazer. Paul D Way Cross. Ga 
Ford. Hoyt S Lumberton 
Garrison. Edwin B Hayesville 
Goodwin. Lewis R Gamer 
Harrell. 111. Andrew J Snow Hill 
Holler. |r. Cato O Marion 
Hook. 111. George A. Bessemer City 
Huggins. Guy H Hickory 
Ipock. Jr. Leslie N Mt Olive 



• Johnson. Jr.. Ryland E.: Raleigh 
Uwis. Jr . Clarence F Goldsboro 
Locke. John J Enfield 
Lowe. Ronald | Swannanoa 
Ludington. |r . John R Bethesda. Md 
Manley. John K Asheville 
Mazza. Jeffrey P Chapel Hill 
Mitchell, lames T Washington 
Moore. R Byron Carolina Beach 



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• Mullen, {ackje M Buim 

Pinkham, |immy R WinslonSalfm 
Powell. |r. Paul L Whileville 
Ray. lames D Terre Haute. Ind 
Rhoney. Dale V. Washington. DC 

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Stone. Ronald W. Kert 
Sutton. George E La Grange 



• Todd. )r.. Richard B.: Hendersonvill 
Tucker. Kent N. Chapel Hill 
Turner. 111. Lynwood C. Pink Hill 
Weinstein. Alan R Hendersonville 
VVinslow. lack R Scotland Neck 
Brooks. Thomas E Benton Harbor. 
Brvson. Richard L Chapel Hill 
Bullard. Vaughn E Selma 



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Frye. Steven R.: Hickory 
Gulhrie. Herbert C Stovell 
Harrell, |r. Norfleel G: Ahoskie 
Han, lames C High Point 
Hendricks. Ir. Paul E Kings Mouni 
Hicks. Robert G Holland. Pa 
Hvman. Stephen A. High Point 



• UFevers. Fredrick S Goldsboro 
Lewis. |r. |asper L: CherryviUe 
Mackler. Stephen B Smilhfield 
Malheson. |ohn D Brevard 
Mooring. |r . Joseph R Fremont 
Neal. Larry K Kannapolis 
Parrish. Ir . Walter B Rocky Moui 
Parsons. David L- Charleston. W 
Peterson, Thomas M, Burlinglon 

% Sayre, Ir , Edward H Trvon 

Spangler, |r . Arthur N Lalhmore 
Steelman. Ronald H Slatesville 
Traub. Alan M Kinston 
Massengitl. Roy S Four Oaks 
Vinson, lames D Franklin 
Walker, lames W Reidsville 




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Fulp. |r. lames p.: Stoneville 
Fuqua. |im R.; Spray 



• Gordon. Alan B, Danbury 
Griffin. Morns H Davidson 
Hill. |r . Edward H Plymouth 

Holland. Gene A Marion '^ '- ' ■' • < ' 

Hoyle. Wilson S Henderson . • - ' ' 1 '^ 




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keilh. Preslon W. Mebane 
Langdon, Charles W Coats 



• Uc, K-rry E. Macon. Ga. 
Lopp. Frederick B, Lexington 
Mahalley, Charles E.: Elizabeth City 
McCaslin. Alston | : Chapel Hill 
Moye. Robert W Snow Hill 
Ohle, Paul W Burnsville 
Ridout. Ilenrv W : Durham 
Roberson. Theodore M Durham 
S.ilterfield, William C Ralngh 



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• Shellon. Jr. Frank W,: Durham 
Stike, (ohnny R,; Wilminglon 
Slone. Ir,. Harold E : Falls Church. Va 
Slonestreet, [ames F Albemarle 
Sloul. Frank P, Favetteville 
Taylor, III. Herman L.: Arapahoe 
Thomas. Philip W Asheboro 
Wells. George O, Alkmson 
Wilkms. Edward V : Smithtield 



• Wrighl. Henry N Tabor City 
Alwood, ludith T : Charlolle 
Beam. Harriell A, Charlotte 
Bynum. Patricia A.: |acksonvill 
Fhnton. Caroline |.: Greensborc 



• Five. Margaret E.: Raleigh 

Hernandez. Elizabeth A Enfield 
Higdon. Linda A Hendersonvillc 
Medling. Micheal A. Albemarle 
Morris. Linda L. New Bern 
O'Bryan. Nancy C Pollocksville 
Raybon. Bettie K. Zebulon 
Sossaman. Betly K Jamestown 



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Dowdy. Teresa A Durham 
Franklin. Elizabeth A.: Morgantc 
Hollingsworlh. Mary ] : Ashebor 
Hunter. Jamene L.: Entield 



# Long. Mary V Candler 

McDonald. Susanne Fayettev 
Millspaugh. ludy L Hickory 
Walker. Sharon E Morgantoi 
Wolfe. Karen E, Goldsboro 



Professional Schools 485 



SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE 



Charles Hoyt Burnett (1913-1967) 



Dr. Charles Hoyt Burnett was born in Boulder, Colorado, on 
March 7, 1913, and died on October 23, 1967. 

Dr. Burnett took his initial medical training in Colorado and 
then came east to Boston, Massachusetts, where he completed his 
postgraduate training and entered upon a brilliant career in aca- 
demic medicine. This was interrupted by service with the Army 
of the United States during World War 11, during which time he 
made significant contributions not only to the sick and wounded 
in battle but to new insights into the problems of shock. 

Upon return to civilian medicine, he engaged in a continuing 
series of studies of clinical metabolic disorders which related to 
problems of fluid balance and the complicated inter- 
relationships between bone disease and the kidneys. He de- 
scribed a unique disorder due to the overuse of alkaline salts and 
excessive ingestion of milk, known as the milk-alkali syndrome 
or Burnett's disease. 

He was Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the South- 
western Medical School in Dallas, Texas, before coming to Chap- 
el Hill as the first Chairman of the Department of Medicine in the 
newly implemented four year School of Medicine of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. He recruited an exceptionally fine group 
of men and women and with them forged one of the finest depart- 
ments of medicine in this country. His resignation as Chairman of 
the Department in 1965 was dictated by chronic illness. 

Dr. Burnett had charm along with strength, he had impeccable 
personal principles but was tolerant of others, he had strong con- 
victions but always listened to a diverse view in a cordial atmo- 
sphere, he was firm but understanding. He had fantastic courage. 
He was a leader. 




IVHITEHEAD SOCIETY - FRONT ROW: Jim Wallace, Vice-President; Bob Shearin, Ron Joyner, President; Dick Fleming. SECOND ROW: Don 
Gabrielf William Pittman, John Thornburg, Jim Goodwin, Treasurer; Ed Norfleel, Andy Gygi. 




488 Professional Schools 



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• AllcotI, 111. |ohn V Chapel Hill 
Auman, fames R : Raleigh 
Barham. jr.. Berlin F, Asheboro 
Bdss, Bealy L, Rulherfordton 
Bright, Don C Elizabelh City 
Carter. Coleman D. Garland 
Cole. 111. Enser W ; Arlington. Va. 

• Coxe. 111. lames S.. Raleigh 
Cultino. jr.. lohn T Charlotte 
Dewees. Steven P Sylva 
Euteneuer. Frederick S.: York. Pa. 
Farrell. Edwin G Raleigh 
Finch. 111. Bertram C: Charlotte 
Fulghum. III. lames S : Raleigh 
Fulghum. Mary S.: Raleigh 



Gammon. Walter R Raleigh 
Greenfield. Daniel P Maplewood. N | 
Griffin. 111. Clarence A. Charlotte 
Groce. James G, Mocksville 
Harshaw. Jr.. Charles W Greensboro 
Hendricks. Sara A.: Kings Mountain 
Henning. lames S. Sharon. Mass 
Holder. |r. Walter D Winston-Salem 
• Jenkins. Michael B. Chapel Hil" 



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l.,ii, Francis M Tainai 
Lewis. Don V Chapel Hill 
Little. Douglas | Knoxville. Tenn. 
McEwen. III. Luther M,: Charlotte 

• McFadden. David M, Asheboro 
McFadden. |amcs S Asheboro 
Meador. Philip D: Franklinton 
Meschan. Eleanor I : Winston-Salem 
Nadiem. Mohammad A : Kabul. Atghanisla 
Nelson. Richard A. Potomac. Md 
Pittman. William B : Wilson 

Powell. Richard R,: Asheville 
Reynolds. |r . |ohn O.: Greenville 

• Richman. Charles H,: Greensboro 
Sasser. William D, Goldsboro 
Schindelheim. Roy H: New York. NY. 
Sheffield. Kenneth L Greensboro 
Shivers. |ames A.: High Point 

Smith. Cameron L Greenville 
Spivey. Charles B. Windsor 
Starbuck. |r . William A. Winslon-Salem 
StewarL George T,: Greensboro 



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Venters. George C: Richlands 
Wagner. Karl E.. Knoxville. Tenn, 
Wagoner. David K : Norfolk. Va, 
Wail. Ill, Dwighl W,: Glenshaw. Pa, 
Webb, |r,. William W : Salisbury 
.Allsbrook, |r. William C: Clayton 
• Almond. Charles M Red Springs 
Baggelt. H. Clifford Reidsville 
Bernstein, |erry C Newport News, Va, 
Blair. |r,. Robert G Winston-Salem 
Busby, lulian G : Kannapolis 
Busby. William |.: Salisbury 
Byrd, William E Memphis, Tenn 
« Cameron, Harold H Broadway 
Chafelz, Neil Mount Vernon, NY 
Chang. Bruce S Raleigh 

Cohan. Roben H,: St Petersburg. Fla. 
Crocker. Daniel L Selma 
Crumley. Charles E Chapel Hill 
Dance. Mary D Fayetteville 
Davis, lohn S Philadelphia. Pa. 
Freeman. Richard M,: Charlotte 
• Goodwin, lames O, Apex 

Green, Stephen L Brooklyn. NY. 

Hartness, |r , [ohn F, St Petersburg. Fla. 

Herring. Mary D, Wilmington 

Hinkle. Robert L. Charlotte 

Hooks. |r,. William B , Tarboro 

Howe, Donald D LaGrange 

lanis, Mark G Brooklyn, NY 



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Kroncke. |r-. Frederick G,: Roanoke Rapic 
Lefler, Charles D Chapel Hill 
Leonard. |ohn R. Lexington 
Little, Edgar W : Gibsonville 
Lokey, |r., lulian L. Raleigh 
McQueen, fames A. Laurmburg 
Moore. Michael A Mount Airy 
Nelson. William K, Clinton 

• Nicholson. Thomas W. Rocky Mount 
Norfleel, Edward A : Goldsboro 



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Primm. Richard K Thoraasvdle 
Rendleman. David A Salisbury 
Roberts. |r. Thomas A Nashville. Tenn. 
Rubin. |r . Adrian S Greensboro 
Sherman. Gene Memphis. Tenn, 



Professional Schools 487 



• Sloan. James B Chapel HiU 
Smilhwick. lames D Morehead City 
Subeman. Chrislme O Chapel Hill 
Suberman. Rick I Raleigh 
Sussman. Edward B Park Ridge. N | 
Thomas. II. Charles C Hickory 
Thompson. Charles E Rocky Mount 
Underhill. Thurlow R Raleigh 
Wallon. /r. Everetle | Foresl Park. Ga 

• Weatherly. William I Washington 
While. II. Gilbed C Durham 
Winlield. III. Heber C Washinglon 
Wmslow. Ir . lames E Hurdle Mills 
Zirkle. John W Mossy Creek. Tenn 
Avis. Frederick P Soulhboro. Mass 
Brenner. Edward H,: Brooklyn. N Y 



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Chaplin. Don C Columbia 
Clark. William D Waynesvdie 
Coffer. Bertram W Sanford 
Cromartie. III. Robert S. FayetteviUe 
Dans. III. John L Greensboro 
Fishet. Darl E Greensboro 

• froneber^er. lohn D: Lincolnlon 
Gray Frank B Durham 
Griggs. Thomas R Lexington 
Hanna. John E Sarasota. Fla 
Heindel. Clifford C Chapel Hill 
Heymann. Pete Asheville 
lohnston. fohn G Charlotte 
Jones. Robert B Chapel Hill 
Keever. Richard A High Point 

• Kirk. Charles D : Asheville 
Ulham. Harry S Bethel 
Lucas. C Clement Wilson 
MacDonald. Jr . Henry J New Bern 
McMillan. Cynthia E Roaring Gap 
Mewborn. Jr . Quenlin A Farmville 
Middleton. III. Henry M Raleigh 
Russell, Joseph D: Kinston 

sheps. David S New Haven. Conn 



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Tew. Franklin T Clayton 
Watts. Nelson B Ashevdle 
Williams. Russell E. Robersonville 
Wilson William F Clinton 
.Archie. Joseph P : Kinston 
Bensch. George W : Raleigh 

• Blanchard. Lucius Ahoskie 
Craig. Isaac A Lenoir 
Davidian. Edward W Smithfield 
Davidson. III. Alan New Bern 
Drake. James E Charlotte 
Friedman. Matthew R New York. N 
Golden. Terry D Raleigh 

Grillin Jr . Joseph W Williamston 
Gwathmey. Frank W Wilmington 
« Hancock. Jr . William F Robbins 
Henderson. Jr. Hoke F Elkin 
Henley. Thomas L New York N Y 
loyner. Ronald F Ahoskie 
Kirkland. III. John L Durham 
Koun. Edward W, Chapel Hill 
Lancoun. Ceroid E New York. NY 
Lewis. Valerie A Bronx. NY 
Little. James C Knoxville. Tenn 

• Lothian. George G Raleigh 
Lowry. Jr. Roy F Jackson 
Lutz, Micheal D Reading. Pa 
Malone. Patrick T Durham 
Nesbill. Jr . James M Weavervilu 
Owens. Micheal R. Belews Creek 
I'owell. John L Clinton 



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Rcsr David J Danville Pa 

• Rhyne. James M Charlotte 
Schweistris. III. John E Greensbon 
shavender. Eugene F Raleigh 
Sheann. Robert B Raleigh 
Teachev. William S Rose Hill 
Tucker, jr . Frank C Charlotte 
Vanderberry. Jr. Robert C Ahoskie 
Wall, lack C Burlington 
Whitehurst. Jr . Walter C Bethel 

• Whitley, Robert R Yanceyville 
Williams. Roberta C, Rocky Mount 
Woodard. Jerry C Wilson 

Wray. 111. Richard H Reidsville 
Young. Stephen W Angler 



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488 Professional Schools 






SCHOOL OF LAW 

The University's first "law school" seems to 
have been in the home of Judge William H. Battle, 
who operated a private school here as early as 
1843. In 1845, Judge Battle was appointed the Uni- 
versity's first professor of law, and it was provided 
that the degree of Bachelor of Law should be con- 
ferred upon those completing the prescribed two- 
year curriculum. For some time the law school 
maintained only a loose alliance with the Universi- 
ty; the professor received no salary from the Uni- 
versity and the students were not entirely subject 
to its rules and discipline. 

During the tenure of Professor John Manning, 
the law school became more closely tied with the 
University. In the year of his death, 1899, the 
School of Law was completely incorporated into 
the University. 

With the construction of its new home in 1923, 
the law school entered its modern era of rapid 
growth and quality legal education. Serving suc- 
cessively as deans were: Merton Leroy Ferguson 
(1924-26); Abner Leon Green (1926-27); Charles T. 
McCormick (1927-31); Maurice T. Van Hecke 
(1931-41); Robert H. Wettach (1941-49); Henry P. 
Brandis (1949-64); and J. Dickson Phillips (1964 to 
date). 

The postwar years brought unprecedented 
growth to the School of Law and in 1951 a new ad- 
dition to the building was first used. The fifties and 
sixties saw even greater growth in student body 
and faculty size, necessitating a plea to the North 
Carolina General Assembly for an entirely new 
and modern building to house the school. These 
plans have been approved and the School of Law 
anticipates moving into its new multi-million dol- 
lar facility on Ridge Road sometime next year. 




HOLDERNESS MOOT COURT BENCH - FRONT ROW: Don Soyers, Jim Fullwood, 
Fred Hicks, Bill McMillan. BACK ROW. Dale Johnson, Rick Asbill, Bill Hoyle, Larry 
Crumpler. 




STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION LEGISLATURE - fRONT ROW: Dick Voorhees, Rusty 
Taylor, Dove Deromus, Vic Buchanan. SECOND ROW. Bob Wicker, Bill McPherson, 
Tom Duncan, Sam Woodord. THIRD ROW. Dennis Marguardt, Sam Moore, Bob 
Sevilla. BACK ROW: Burley Mitchell, Kirk Jones. 




OfflCERS - STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION - Bill lewis, Trcoi 
George Sperry, Vice-Presidenf, Sandra Moody, Secretary, Clay McQuid- 
dy. President. 




THIRD rEAR CLASS OFFICERS - Jim Mills, Co-Edifor Placement Brochure, Pender 
McElroy, Choirman, Speaker's Program, Dave toylon, Co-Edilor PlocemenI Bro- 
chure, Fred Hicks, Secretory, Rusty Taylor, President, Bill Daisy, Treasurer. 



489 Professiimdl SchooLs 



I Alley. Jr. Wade H. Myrlle Beach. S C 
Archie. Thomas E.. Kinslon 
Baley. III. lames M.: Asheville 
Barron. Timothy H.: South Orange. N.I. 



I Bell. II. Daniel L Fairfax. Va 
Bissetle. |r.. Winston L High Poir 
Buchanan. Victor W : Greensboro 
Butler. Jr.. Algernon L Clinton 
Champion Ian H. Raleigh 
Collins. Wesley W Chapel Hill 



' Crawford. |an | Enka 
Crumpler. Larry G Clinton 
Culbreth. Stephen E Wilmington 
Currie. Walter L Chapel Hill 
Daisy. William L Winston-Salem 
Dekle. Donne R Matthews 



> DeRamus. Ir . Judson D Winston-Sa 
Dockery. William I.. Brooklyn. NY 
Donahue. Daniel W , Chapel Hill 
Douglas. III. Robert D,; Greensboro 
Drew. Richard M.: Anderson. SC 
Duggins, |r.. James N, Chapel Hill 



I Dunn. Jr.. Jackson T.: Charlotte 
Ehringhaus, Susan H.: Raleigh 
Few. William P Durham 
Foy. Henry G Myrtle Beach. S C 



1 Gehrmg. John E Albemarle 
Cray. Clayland B. Washington. D C 
Gruher. Robert P Raleigh 
Gwaltney. Richard L.: Taylorsville 
Hanna. III. George V Chapel Hill 
Hassell. Jr. Charles R Beaufort 



I Haywood. |r. Egbert L Durban 
Hedrick. 111. Edward L: Taylors 
Hicks. Fred A.: Chapel Hill 
Holland. Max K Statesville 
Hoyle. William S Durham 
Hunt. Ronald F Lawndale 



Johnson. Dale P.: Clinton 
Johnston. Jr. Reed: WinstonSalei 
King. Jr.. Malvern F Weldon 
Uing. Harold P: Chapel Hill 
Lamar. Lewis W-: Montgomery, fl 
Lassiter. Thomas M Burlington 



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Layton. David A. Charlotte 
Lilly. Thomas S Bluedeld. W Va 
Lowe. Richard E. Crameiion 
Maddison. Ir . Lawrence B Scotland Neck 
Mangum. Robert W, Durham 



• Mann. William A. Ridgewood. N.| 
Massey. [ohn M ■ Troutman 
McDevitt. Larry S Asheville 
McElroy. Pender R : Marshall 
McFadyen. Henrv C: Lenoir 
MacKethan. lohn A Whilakers 



McKibbin. Thomas D. Leicester 
McMillan. William H : Charlotte 
McQuiddy. III. V. Clayton: Ridgewood. N.j 
Mills, lames C: Maysville 
Mitchell, Eddie C. Eden 
Moore. |r . Thomas F Charlotte 



1 Murray. Charles |: Durham 
Outlaw. Larry A. Ml Olive 
Parker. Manley C: Charlottesville 
Parks. 111. Owen T.: Southern Pin 
Patty. Seldon E : Hendersonville 
Peacock, (r.. Roy M.: Weaverville 



• Penny. Ronald T Chalybeate Spring! 
Phillips, lohn H Morehcad City 
Pope. William P Dunn 



Rowe. Ronald B Pinehurst 
Saginar. Edwin M. Craryville. N.Y. 
Sayers. Donald 0.: Gastonia 
Sentelle. David B. Enka 
Shoaf. |r . Milton B Kannapolis 
Silliman. ScotI L Newton 



« Snyder. |ohn H Chapel Hill 
Tate, Charles M. Greensboro 
< — • . . ""i '•-*_ Taylor, |r,. |ohn R McLeansville 

" ^ - ' " Teele. |r . Henry D. Tarboro 

Thompson. Robert L: Chapel Hill 
Thompson. Samuel G Wilson 



• Thompson. William H. Salisbury 
Tyser. |r. Wallace C Gastonia 
Voorhees. Richard L Winston-Sals 
Ward. |r . Frank I : Edenton 
Weslall. |r . lack W. Asheville 
Worth. |r . David C. Raleigh 



Professional Schools 491 



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?rson. Roy L Brevard 
acnista. Waller I Bulfali.. MV 
Peler F Brevard 
igs, lames G,: Durham 
. II. Wdliam B Winslon-Salem 
crs. Ronald |.: Charlotle 
iman, Bruce K : Long Beach. N |, 



#Bruce. Robert M : Slier City 
Carpenler, |ames R Cramerlon 
Carroll. Phillip C Reidsville 
Carson. Donald W Rocky Mount 
Conely. Richard B : Chapel Hill 
Cooper. Ir, .Alfred B. Morehead Citv 
Cooper. Lansdon M.: Chapel Hill 
Craven. \t-. F,- Thorns 
Curtis. Micheal K. Galveston. Tex. 

• Dunscan. Thomas C: Greenville 
Fisher, Henrv M. Durham 
Koote. Roger W, Gainsvillc. Fla. 
Franlin. |r. Eugene T-: Goldsboro 
Freeman. Richard C Mount Airy 
Goad. |r. Raymond Mount .Airy 
Greene. Kelly E Biscoe 

Haines. Robert W Binghamton. N Y 
Hailhcock, Worth T Hillsborough 
»Harrinslon, |r , Ellis | Durham 
Harris. |r, Ralph C Rockingham 
Harrison, Anihiiny W High Point 
Hicks. |r, Richard H Greensboro 
Howell. W Brian Wilmington 
Hunter. Robert C : Marion 
Killian. 111. Leon M,: Wayncsville 
Lanschc, |ohn E : Greenville 
LeCraft, | Karen Oberlin. Ohio 

• Levine, Micheal D Chapel Hill 
Lenns.in, Micheal H,: Portsmouth. Va 
Logan, Ronald | Chapel Hill 



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McPherson, |r. William V Durham 
Miles, lames M , Pink Hill 
Milchell, Ir , Burley B,; Raleigh 
t Moody. Sandra L: Bethel 
Moore. II. David M Granite Falls 
Nord. Thomas C Evanston. Ill 



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. |r , Roy H, Canton 
. Edwin B, Goldsboro 

|r, William H Beaufort 

William I Raleigh 
,oic |r, Kenneth G McLean, V 
oulh Orange, N | 



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Savona, Joseph F,: Bayside. N,Y, 
Senn, Ir , Laurence V, Charlotte 
Singer, Richard G, Salisbury 
Smith, Robert K Bethel 
Stanley, |r, William E Creensbo 
»Slauber, Alvin Spartanburg, S,C, 
Tart, lohnny P : Dunn 
Taylor. Thomas W,: Pilot Mounti 
Trawick. Gary E: Burgaw 
Turner, III. George R,: Charlotte 
Walker, John G Eden 



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Anderson, jr, Tom B Burlington 



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Cdbe. Pdul W Franklin 
Cannadv. |r.. Leon W : Sclma 
Chouinard. Paul A-: EasI Barni-I. VI 
Claylun. Fclm B, Rocky M.iuni 
Cline. lames E.: Raleigh 
Coals, Larry L.: Willow Springs 
Cotrield, Henry I.: High PoinI 
Collen. Micheal A.; Fuquay-Varina 
Crawfiird. Norwood F: Jacksonville 
I 1..I int Il.uul G: Laki-view 



.\illiam C: Wilson 
s Hunlinslon. W Va 
111 A Raleigh 



Mooresville 
Dozier. Henry C; Powells Poinl 
Duncan. Parris A Timberlake 
Edlman. George H, Rocky Mount 
Eberhardl. David M : Elberton. Ga, 
Edwards. Charles A Eliiabelhlown 
England. Phillip C, Camden, S C 
Erwin. Thomas S,: Raleigh 
Essex, Kennclh F Winslon-Salom 
Evans, Charles D Manleo 
Eyler, 111. Charles E Gastoma 
pfeishman. Neill H. Fayelleville 
Forsladl. Mallhew |,: Pasadena, Calif 
Freeman, |ohn S,: Morganlon 
FrosI, lack N , Winslon-Salem 
Grady, Chris T Kenly 
Green. Larry R.; Asheboro 
Gricr. Richard L., Charlolle 
Griffin, |r-. A- Glenn, Nashville 
Gunler, Ricky V Spruce Pine 
Haigwood, Thomas D,: Greenville 
Hall Samuel L, Rocky Mount 
Hallowcll, |r,, |ohn H,: Durham 
Harrington, Robert E,: Lewiston 
Harwood, Richard K, Boston, Mass, 
Haywood, |ohn D,: Durham 
Haywood, Robert A Durham 
Hi-irin, Mickey A.: Charlotte 



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Hocklield, Steven A Durham 
Hopkins, |r , Gams E Burlington 
Hotelling, |r , Harold: Chapel Hill 
Houck, William |.: Morganton 
Hough, [r . [ames G-, Charlotte 
lackson, Thomas C : Dover, Del, 
loni-s, |r , C Roland- Sparlanburg, S,C 
Kaufman, Stuart I Oradell, N | 
Kelly, Keith A. Atlanta, Ga. 
Lambeth, Philip D.: Grr 



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Leonard, ferry W.: Raleigh 

Loflin, 111, Thomas F : Hendei 

Longest, |r, Frank A Mount 



M.n,]. r I ■■ s.iiulusky 

Maxwell, |r, Llarenic U Fayette 
McBryde. Neill G.: Durham 
McConkcy, Ir.. Samuel A,; Tarhoi 
McEntirc. Mitchell M, Old Fort 
Medlin, |ohn R Raleigh 
Moore, Samuel M, Carrollton, Gi 



MiUis, |r , Cla 



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, Richard F 
Mullinax. Robert L,: Ashevillc 
Murchison, jr., John M Concor 
Nash. David A,- Charlotte 
Noble, jr.. Leslie O.: Deep Run 
Parker. Donald A,: Benson 
Peace, |erry L,: ThomasviUe 
Purser, Rodney L : Charlotte 
Reamer, Richard R. Salisbury 
K.J :j .\1,ix C: Caslonia 



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Coral Gables, Fla 



Sargent, III, Willia 
Schatcr. Gerald S.: ML Airy 
Seruman, Barry V ForesI Hills. NY. 
Sheaion, David R. Wake Forest 
Sherrill, Russell G Raleigh 
Shoemaker, Raleigh A Charlotte 
Shore, Charles M,; ThomasviUe 
Sparrow, Donald G, Greensboro 
Stephens. Donald W : Durham 
Stephens. Ronald L.: Durham 
Stewart. Lucinda A,: Rochester. N,V. 
Stroud. Ir . Joseph O.: Raleigh 
Vars. 111. Addison F,: Washington, DC, 
Vinson, 111, lames A Goldsbnro 
Viverelle, |r , Eugene A Rocky Mount 



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Professional Schools 493 



SCHOOL OF 
PUBLIC HEALTH 



The 1968 class represents a record enrollment for 
the School of Public Health. Moreover, it reflects a 
growing need for professionally trained and pre- 
pared health personnel in all of the health special- 
ties. The School of Public Health, as one of only fif- 
teen such accredited schools in the country, in re- 
sponding to this need, prepares students at the 
Masters and Doctoral levels in many fields of 
health specialization, through its ten academic de- 
partments: Biostatistics, Environmental Sciences 
and Engineering, Epidemiology, Maternal and 
Child Health, Mental Health, Parisitology, Public 
Health Administration, Public Health Education, 
Public Health Nursing, and Public Health Nutri- 
tion. 

We note with a sense of pride the broad profes- 
sional representation of our current class, as well 
as the broad geographic representation of forty- 
two states and twenty-seven foreign countries 
from which our students have come to study here. 
Our graduates will go out to the four corners of the 
earth to devote their efforts toward the solution of 
health problems which have a profound influence 
on the life and social well-being of the citizens they 
serve. 



EXECUTIVE FACULTY - Dr. Ralph H. Boolmon, Jr., Dr. Earl Siege/, Dr. Charles M. Weiss, Dr. John E. tarsh, Jr., Dr. Robert Briggs Wofson, Mr. Charles L 
Harper, Mr. Robert B. Moorhead, Deon W. Fred Mayes, Dr. John C. Cassel, Dr. Harry Smith, Mrs. Roberta C. Spikes, Dr. Robert N. Wi/son, Dr. John J. 
Wright, Dr. Morris Schaefer, Dr. William S. Flash, Dr. John T. Gentry. Absent: Dr. A. Hughes Bryant, Mrs. Margaret B. Do/on, Dr. Bernord G. 
Greenberg, Or. Daniet A. Okun. 




494 Professional Schools 







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Acrj, Aftim M Be.rul. Lebanon 
Ahern. Daniel B Bethpage, NY 
ALd, Esperanza La Paz, Bolivia 
Airan, Damodar S Beri (Rohiek) India 
Alexander, |ohn P Charlolle 
,Alexandor, Sleven W Tempc, Ariz 
,\nderson. Dudley G, Bowie. Md, 



i Alala, Raul E Liuia, Peru 
Ayson, |r.. B C, Baguio Cily, Philippir 
Bali, Prema New Delhi. India 
Bapksdale. William B.: Santa Monica. C 
Bennett. Eleanor C ; Babylon, N,Y 
Berryhill, Elizabeth: London, Onl , Can 
Bracale, Leopoldo Lima, Peru 



• Brandon, Scott W : Alexandria, Va 
Brallon, Nancy S, Albuquerque, N M 
Bregg, Elizabeth A Phoenix, Ariz. 
Browand, Norma C Albion, Pa 
Brueslle. Arthur E New York, N Y 
Buchholz, |r. W F Arlinglon Heights, 
Burleigh, [oanne L Caribou. Me, 



Burroughs, Ruth, lackson. Miss 
Callwood, Keith E., St, Thomas, Virgin 
Campbell, Harry B-: Charleslon, W V 
Campos, Oscar V Paita-Piura, Peru 
Carlson, Bruce D. Penns Grove. N |, 
Chen. Tako D Taipei. Taiwan. China 
Chynoweth. David P.: Louisville. Ky, 



I Chynoweth, Gloria S : Louisville, Kv 
Clark. Gloria Martinsville. Va, 
Cook. Mary L : Muskogee. Okia 
Corpus. E.P-: Rosario. Launion. Phili[ 
Crawford. Sue Todd Caradenton. Mo 
Cunningham. Marion P. Winona. Mm 
Daugherty. Earl D Chattanooga. Teni 



Depew, Marione G Ft Lauderdale. Fla 
Diaz. Anioliano C. Iloilo City. Philippir 
Drake, Claude W Chapel Hill 
Duncan. Cecil SR Decatur. Ga 
Dunn. Emily |. Oak Park. Ill 
Escutia. )r.. Virgilio: Laredo. Tex. 



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irion E. Modesto. CaliL 

homas E,: Hardinsburg, Ky. 

liane M Worchester. Mass. 

. Reynaldo A.; Manila. Philippinr 

-. |ohn H. York. Pa. 

1, Donald £.: Houston. Tex. 

te. Piyasena: Talangama. Ceylon 







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Gibson. Patricia S.: St Petersburg. Fla 
Giddens. Warren W, Cleveland Heights. Ohio 
Clou. Ronald S : Scranton. Pa 
Gossett. Robert L, Charlolle 
Gray, |ohn R Winslon-Salem 



I Green, David K Salem, N | 
Griffin, Wilma | Columbus, Ca, 
Grunow, Gail R, Sheboygan. Wis- 
Guimei, Maaly K-, Roushoi. U A.R 
Haase. Kenneth W Alexandria. Va. 
Habibian. Mohammad T. Tehran, In 
Hamidzai. Amauullah Afghanistan 



Professional Schools 495 



• Hamilton, Charles B Bristol. Tenn 
Hamilton, Martin L: Bristol. Tenn, 
Hampton. George H : Homosassa. Fla 
Hanekamp. Theodore G, Lexington. Ky 
Haney. Edsel L: Virginia Beach Va 
Hawley, Herbert L: Durham 
Hayward. Rubye G,: Bunkie 



• Henley, Herbert C, Pillsboro 

Hochsteln. Herbert D : Kensington. 
Hoen. Patricia A,: Buffalo. N,Y 
Howell. Robert L: Greenville. S C 
Howell. Robert T : Albuquerque. N 
Hoft. Rodney Brownsville, Wis 
lackson, Elizabeth B Philadelphia. 



Shailendra K : Bignor. India 
ns. Larry K, Charleston, W Va, 
, |r . |ohn P,: Levelland. Ten, 
. losephine M.: Morgantown. W Va, 
nolo, Annie F,: Waialua, Hawaii 
, Kazunobli: Tokyo, Japan 
Sun-ava |,: Lahore, W Pakistan 



' Keittivuti. Boonyiam: Bamgkok. Tha 
Khan. Moazzam H, Comilla, Pakista 
Killgore. George E, Wallins. Ky 
Kim. Sun Young Seoul. Korea 
Kindel, Judith D Columbia. S.C, 
Klaas, 11, |ohn Columbia. S.C, 
Knott. Edna H.: Raleigh 



• Kohli. Krishan L.: New Delhi. India 
Kornreich. Lawrence D.: New York, NY 
Krevilt. [ohn L,; Brooklyn. NY 
Krusa. Hans E Northport. NY 
La Mutta. Enrique I.: Quito. Ecuador 
Leach, Paul I .Arlington, Tex 
Lee, James A Uncasler, N,H, 



• Lee. Kvung Sik: Seoul. Korea 
Leininger. Kurt V ; Columbus. Neb 
Lentz, Myra M, Pompano Beach, Fla 
Liu. Yem-min: Taipei. Taiwan. China 
MacCormack. John N : Chapel Hill 
MacLeod. Norman A.; Quincy. Mass 
Malleck, Mohsina: Port-Louis, Mauriti 



• Manning, Jo An: Decatur. Ga, 

May. Warren W.: WiUiamslon. Mich 
Massey, Joseph E.: Tarboro 
McChesney. Don R,: San Antonio. Tex 
McCormick. Mymice R,: Westminster, ^ 
McCurdy. Robert S,: Boulder. Colo- 
McDonald. Heather P : Ottawa. Canada 



nneU. Jo F,: Margarita, Canal Z 
lam, Anthony R,: Halifax, Novi 
, Henry T-: Baltimore. Md 
p, Charles L,: W Palm Beach, 1 
ad, ,^shby L: Lynchburg, Va 
nef Everette W Montgomery, 
•, |r. George Thomas: Columiji 



• Murphy, Virginia A, Durh.nTi 

Mustafa. Siddlg E. Khartniini, Sudan 
Myers, Mary N., Pelham, NY, 
Nawalinski, Ted A, Philadelphia, Pa 
Nejve, John W Greensboro 
Nelson, Steven S Huntington. W Va 



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Padgett, Jr., lames E. Columbia. SC. 
Parish. Sarah M.; Newport, Ark 
Palel, Vinodchandra M Ahmedabad. India 
Payne. IV. lohn A.: Cairboro 
Peak. Donald W. Wetumpka, Ala. 
Pena, Mario LaPaz. Bolivia 



• Penick. Roland W.; Greenville. S,C. 
Pennell. Stephen C: Lenoir 
Perry. Everett M Carey, Idaho 
Pfeffer. Henrietta H Ft Lauderdale. Fla, 
Porapakkam. Yawaral Bangkok, Thailand 
Punyashthiti. Kanmkar Bangkok. Thailand 
Putnam, Peter L: Yuba City. Calif 



Quigg, Loren T Concord, Calif 

Ram, Eric R Miraj. India 

Rao, S L Mysore City, India 

Reep, Bryan R Raleigh 

Rethmeier. Kenneth A. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Riecken, )r , William E. [ackson. Miss. 

Rose, Margie E, Greensboro 



Rupen. Alice S. Chapel Hill 
Sakornpan, Chira: Bangkok. Thailand 
Sanders, |r,, Frank D : Jackson. Miss 
Sanderson, Edward L.: Alexandria, Va 
Sarma. Rallapalli S.S.: Peddapuram, Ind 
Schonberg, [ohn C Durham 
Schulle, Eugene F.: Brownsville, Tex. 



Sehgal, Jag M.: New Delhi, India 
Swaikh, Gul R.: Hyderabad. W, Pakistan 
Sharpe, Edward H. Waxton 
Shielett, Richard M Cedartown, Ga 
Shimoni, Kitty Zurich. Switzerland 
Singh. Ranbir Meemi, India 
Small. William T Durham 



Sprouse. Larman W Oak Ridge, Tenn, 
Stillman. [ohn E.: Syracuse. NY 
Straley, David L., Chapel Hill 
Suchindran, C M Cochni-Kenala, India 
Suepsaman, Banchong: Bangkok. Thailand 
Sutherland. Elizabeth A.: Grundy, Va, 
Sweet. Charles E. Austin. Tex. 



• Talwar. Prem P.; New Delhi. India 
Taylor, Irma, Tampa. Fla. 
TenBrink, Helen D. Fond du Lae. 
Tesh, Ray F. Chapel Hill 
Thomas, Frances I Durham 
Thomas, Nancy F Manchester, C( 
Thompson, William F Marietta, C 



Van Wie, William A. Wheeling, W. Va, 
Varavei, Porapan Thonburi, Thailand 
Vathanaporn, Chaiporn: Bangkok. Thailai 
Vom Lehn, Walter O.: Narrows, Va 



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Walters, |ames B. Durh. 
Welch, Oscar Cherokee 
Westerman, Robert Row 
Wilkes, Frank G: Louis* 
Willey, Martha M. Nasi 



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Professional Schools 497 



SCHOOL OF 
SOCIAL WORK 




The School of Social Work was originally founded in 
1920 as the School of Public Welfare and became the 
School of Public Administration in 1932. Since 1950, if 
has been the Graduate School of Social Work. 

In the preparation for professional social work, prac- 
tical contributions from various fields of knowledge are 
utilized through two approaches: one is the acquisition 
of theoretical knowledge, and the other is the empirical 
test of practical experience. The synthesis of these ap- 
proaches is accomplished through classroom study and 
field work experience in the course of two academic 
years, culminating in the Master of Social Work degree. 

A concentration in one of three methods is offered: 
social casework focuses on individuals or families who 
are unable to cope satisfactorily with social problems 
and within social relationships; group work practice 
engages the dynamics of group interaction as it seeks to 
enable change within the context of the group: commu- 
nity organization is the process of bringing about and 
maintaining a progressively more effective adjustment 
between social welfare resources and social needs. The 
aim of the School is to develop competent practicioners 
in these fields of social work practice. 



Dean C. Wihon Anderson 



• Andrews, Carol C. Tarboro 

Arnelle, leannetta D : Chapel Hill 
Bacon, Richard R, Barbournville. h 
Boyd. Bobby K Wmslon-Salcm 
Cox. Harvey A. Albemarle 



# Cox, Lee N Lenoir 

Downey. William E Durham 
Edwards, Marcia N Perry. Ga 
Funderburk, Anne I Durham 
Gross, fanice E Goldsboro 
Guttman, Renate P Durham 
Haywood, Martha L. Raleigh 



• Haywood, Roger K Ml Gilead 
Harns, Abigail L Slate Road 
Hartsell, [r , Robert P Kannapolis 
Hawes, Horace L Cn?cnwood, S C 
Heilig, lohn L Salisbury 
Herring, Rose E Greenville, S C 
High. Viola C Raleigh 



Inman, Edward R. Hendersom 
lohnson, |oyce 1 North Wilke; 
lohnson, Mary H Holdrege, N 
Kernodle. |anel P Alexandria, 
Lasaler, James E Piltsboro 
Lilliquist, Mary R Raleigh 
Littrell, Rulh E Woodland 



• Mackie, Edgar B-: Granite Falls 
Martin. Lynda K : Bethel 
Maskell, Karen I-: Doravillc, Ga, 
Norman, Harold L.. Mocsanlon 
Parrish, Rosalyn E.: Raleigh 
Pollard, William L Raleigh 
Robinson, Isaac A : Durham 



• Sawtelle, III, Herbert C Wakefield, 
Sharp,. Barbara M, Lexinglon 
Smith. Carol E, Wilmington 
Start. Nancy M : Hollywood, Fla 
Slikeleather, Sylvia S : Raleigh 
Slroupe. Sandra P.: Charlotte 
Trier, Sally E ; North Canton. Ohio 



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• Wells, Patricia L: Durham 

Wilkinson. |r , Ronald C: West S 
Allen. Gerald Y : Raleigh 
Alston. George H Greensboro 
Bishop. Cynthia L Rsmseur 



• Breazeale. Aliene B Greenville. S.C. 
Bynum. Harold: Greensboro 
Campbell. Raleigh Hyden. Ky 
Canipe. Diane E, Gastonia 
Canter. Ruth B, Moravian Falls 
Carlton. Jr.. Bascom W., Enterprise. F 
Gamer. Betsy A. Jamestown 



• Cook. Aon E. Danville. Va 

Gopeland. Florence H Spartanburg. SC 
Crosthwaite. Lola R Morehead. Ky 
Cutchin. Carolyn | Sherrills Ford 
Davis. Susan C Los Angeles. Calif 
Dawson. A Wren: Schuyler. Va 
Devine. Loy W Thomasville 



• Duly. Homer H Roanoke. Va 
Freas. |ohn M Walnut Cove 
Ginns. H Lloyd: King 
Gregory. William | High Pom 
Gribble. |r.. Robert L Ka 
Guynn. Frances G Galax 
Halsey. Rosemary Sparta 



mes B Lakeland. Fla 
Wilkinson. |r . George C. Petersburg. Va. 
Williamson. Clarence O. Greensboro 
Winslead. Ann R,: Roxboro 
Wishnor. Hazel L Durham 
Woodell. Mary E Chapel Hill 
Woods. II. Andrew H Baltimore. Md 



Professional Schools 499 



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dENlOk HON! 



ACEE, JR., J. MARSHALL: Intramorol 
Mgr. (3,4), Trocl<(I). 
ADAMS, PHILIP WESLEY: 'I'M \, Joy 
ner Sec'y Treosurer (3), Mongum Sec'y 
(4), Men's Glee Club (3,4), MRC (I), 
University Gleemen (1,2), YRC (I), 
ADAMS, SARAH ELLEN: K \(-), SP (3), 
University Chorus (3), 
ADKINS, KARL: Orientation Comm. (4), 
State Affairs Comm. (4), SP (3), YMCA 
(4). 

ALBERT, CONRAD PRESTON: \'i', Soc 
cer(3), SP(3). 

ALDRICH, WALLACE NEEL: \K>I', Co 
op Comm. (2), Westminster Fellowship 
(1,2,3,4), PIFC(3,4). 
ALLEN, DONNA DEE; I \\, WAA(4). 
ALLEN, DWIGHT WOODWARD: A'l , 
MRC (2,3,4), President (3,4), Residence 
College Comm. (3,4), Governor, More, 
head College (2,3), Society of Janus 
(3,4), Student Legislature (1,2), SP 
(1,2,3). 

ALLRAN, MICHEAL LEE: Secy, Scon 
College (1), Scott College Senator (1). 
ALMOND, TONY ROMAN: Cordboord 
(1,2,3,4), Wrestling (1,2). 
ALSTON, PETER VAN: 1'\>V.. 
AMLONG, WILLIAM ROBERT: <\<K1. 
Daily Tor Heel (2,3,4), Nev<s Editor (3), 
Editor inChiel (4). 

ANDERS, ARCHIE WILBERT: Scott Col 
lege Li. Governor (4), UP(1). 
ANDERSON, BRIAN JAMES: UP (3,4) 
ANDERSON, EUGENE GIBSON: <1>A\, 
Pharmacy Senate (2,3,4). 
ANDERSON, JR., MALCOLM Mac- 
GREGOR: \\ \, IFC(2). 
ANGELL, III, MONROVIE JONES: SN, 
UP (3,4). 

ANTHONY, ANNE McLEAN: K \(-), 
Class Secretory (3), Fine Arts Festival 
(3), Orientation Comm, (4), SP (3,4), 
YWCA(3,4). 

APPEL, SHIRLEY FRANCES: V P., West 
Cobb (4), Communications Comm. (1), 
WHC (2), Constitutional Council (2). 
AREY, JR., ROBERT FRANCES: V P , 
Everett (2), Fencing (1,3,4). 
ARMOUR, BARRY SAMUEL: Saint An 
thony Hall, Yockely Yack (1,2), More- 
head Scholar. 

ARNOLD, PATRICK A.: i. \K, Compus 
Chest (1), Gorgon's Head, Intramural 
Mgr. (3), Order of Beonbirds, UP (4), 
YMCA(l), 1 HK. 

ASHLEY, JR., STANLEY BYRON; Ori 
entation Comm. (2), UP (1,2,3,4), Card- 
board (2,3), Daily Tor Heel, (1,4), 
YMCA(l). 

ATCHLEY, JR., GEORGE T ; Morehead 
College Senate (2). 

ATKINSON, CHARLOTTE HOUSTON; 
AAA, Orientation Comm (4). 
AUBUCHON, HAZEL ANN; k \(-),Pan 
hellenic Council (4), SNEA (4), SP (3,4), 
YWCA(4), Pres. of K \H (4). 
AUMA-OSOLO, AGOLA: Cosmopoli 
ton Club (2), Di-Phi Senate (1,2,3,4), 
YMCA (3,4). 

AUSTIN, TYNA HUDSON: itAl, Coro 
lino Ouorterly (3), Daily Tar Heel (4), 
GMAB Films Chairman (4), Cultural 
Development Comm. (3), SP (3), UNC 
Press Club (3,4). 

AYDELEHE, ROBERT JEROME: Swim 
ming(l,2). 

BAER, MELVIN JAY: II \<l', WUNC-TV 
(1,2,3,4). 

BAGWELL, RONALD RUCKER; >liAH, 
UP(3,4). 

BAILEY, III, JOSEPH AUGUSTINE; '/M' , 
Baseball (1,2), Football (1,2), Daily 
Tor Heel (3,4), Gorgon's Head (3,4), 
Intramural Mgr. (3,4), SP (1,2,3,4). 



BAILEY, MARY BLOIS: :^H[', Oriento 

tion Counselor (2). 

BAME, GEORGE DANIEL: 1 1 MK (3,4) 

BARBER, JOHN LINDER: 'I'AH, Secy 
of 'I'AH (4), 'I'lll, Attorney General's 
Staff (3), UP(1 2), YMCA (1,2,3). 
BARBER, SUSAN LEE: \A1I, iH I, 
Order of the Old Well, Judiciol Comm. 
(2,3), UP (1,2,3,4), WAA (1,2,3,4), HC 
(3,4), WRC (2,3). 

BARDEN, RONALD STEPHENS: Aill. 
'I'I'.K, r.l 1, 'I'lll, NROTC (1,2,3,4). 
BARKLEY, BARBARA LAFERNEY; Stray 
Greeks (3,4). 

BARNES, ELSIE LUCAS: llli't', Attor 
ney General's Staff (3), Campus Chest 
(3), SP(3,4), YWCA(3,4). 
BARNES, JR., HENRY FRANKLIN: 
[jk'l', UP(1,2,3,4) 

BARNES, JR., JAMES HOUSTON; i.\. 
Student Legislature (3,4), UP (1,2,3,4). 
BARNES, III, ROBERT LUTHER: Aca 
demic Affairs Comm. (2,3), SP (1.2,4), 
YDC(3). 

BARNETT, THOMAS VANCE; K \, UP 
(2,3,4). 

BARNUM, CAROL MARCIA: Interna 
tional Students Boord (3), SP (3), Toron- 
to Exchange Comm. (3), YWCA (3). 

BARRETT, II, JOE HILTON: KM', NCPA 
(1,2,3,4). 

BARRON, M. SUSAN; \AII, Attorney 
General's Staff (1), Carolina Sympo 
slum (2), Class Secretary (1), Oriento 
tion Comm. (1,2), SP (1,2), Valkyries 
(3,4), WAA (1,2,3,4), YWCA (4), West 
minster Fellowshipd, 2,3, 4). 
BARTHOLOMEW, CLAUDIA JEAN; At 
torney General's Staff (3,4), CUSC (4), 
Student Athletic Council (4). 
BARWICK, CHARLES KILUAN; Cosmo 
polilon Club (3,4), Di-Phi Senate (1,2, 
3,4),SP(1,2). 

BATTLE, JR., ISAAC ANDEAUX: 
NAACP (3,4), SDS (3), University Glee- 
mon(4). 

BAUCOM, JUDITH MARGARET: KK, 
Granville Senate (4), NCPA (2,3,4,5). 
BAUGUESS, BERNARD WAYNE; Milt, 
iA\, Teague Vice President (3), 
Teague President (4), ScoH College 
Senate (3,4), SP (3,4), YMCA (3). 
BAUMAN, DANIEL KEMBLE: Fine Arts 
Festival (3). 

BAUR, EDWARD TURNER: AKK, Cam 
pur Chest (1,2), Corol.no Handbook (3, 
4), Elections Board (1), Honor System 
Comm. (1), IFC (4), Monogram Club (2, 
3,4), NROTC (1,2,3,4), Rugby (3), UP 
(1,2,3,4), Soccer (1,2,3,4). 
BAXLEY, DOUGLAS WOOLEY: Arnold 
Air Society (3,4), AFROTC (3,4). 
BEAM, DANIEL WAYNE; YMCA (3,4), 
YRC (1,2,3,4). 

BEASLEY, CORA ANN: Angel Flight 
(3,4), Mclver Vice-President (4), Outing 
Club (2), YWCA (3). 

BEATON, BRUCE WYNNE: \'l', SP (3, 
4). 

BEAHY, DENNIS GOLD; 'l>A\, Phar 
macy Senate (3,4,5), NCP (2,3,4,5). 
BEAULIEU, MICHEL ELAINE: Angel 
Flight (1,2), Physical Therapy Club 
(1,2,3,4). 

BEAVER, JEFFREY WINDSOR; 'I'AH, 
Football (1,2,3,4), Ehringhaus College 
Senate (3), Gimghoul, Monogram Club 
(2,3,4), Order of Golden Fleece, Order 
of the Grail, Order of the Old Well, 
Student Legislature (2), University Par- 
ty (2), Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
(1,2,3,4). 

BECK, CORNEUA RUTH; i(-) I, Nurses 
President (4). 



6EEKMAN, HELEN PENELOPE; K \(-) 
(2,3,4), SP(4), WUNC(3,4). 
BELDEN, JOSEPH CAMPBELL: St. An 
thony Hall. 

BELL, JUDITH LEE: \U, Campus Affairs 
Comm. (3). 

BELL, NATALIE VM: KA, Campus Chest 
(3). 

BENSON, JOHN HOWARD: NROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Lt. Governor Morehead Col 
lege (1), Scabbard and Blade (4), Ori. 
entotion Counselor (2,3,4). 
BENTON, BARREn GILBERT; Swim 
ming (1,2,3,4). 

BENTON, JAMES RICHARD; UNC Press 
Club(3,4). 

BENTON, THOMAS IDEN; Carolina 
Conservative Club (2), MRC (2,3), NSA 
(4), Croige College Senate (2,3), Bud- 
get Committee (2), SP (1,2,3,4), YRC 
(2,3). 

BESHEARS, RONALD RAY; Residence 
College Comm. (3), Bond (1,2). 
BEHS, JR., JOHN MONIE: BHII, Daily 
Tar Heel (4), SP (1), UNC Press Club 
(3,4), Campus Affairs Comm. (3). 
BICKSLER, WILLIAM HAMILTON: \\M. 
Gorgon's Head, Order of Beonbirds, 
Lacrosse (1,2,3,4), UP (1,2,3,4), I BK, 
(2,3,4), Germans Club (3,4). 
BIGGERS, VICKI COATS: SNEA (4), 
YWCA (4). 

BIGGERSTAFF, BOBBY GARRISON: 
Baseball (1), Intramural Mgr. (2), MRC 
(2,3), Scott College Senate, President 
Avery Dorm. (3). 

BILUNGS, CYNTHIA ANN: Nurses Vice 
President (4), Orientation Comm. (3,4), 
SP(I,4), University Chorus (2). 
BLACK, III, JAMES BELL; Zi, I HK, 
Order of the Beonbirds, Attorney Gen- 
eral's Staff (2), Gorgon's Head Lodge 
(4), Orientation Comm. (2), Track (1), 
Germans Club (3), Morehead Scholar. 
BLACKBURN, NORMAN GLEN; Kl, 
Baseband), Football (1 ,2,3). 
BLACKMAN, WILLIAM CARLTON; Ori 
entation Comm. (3,4). 
BLAIR, JR., EDWARD HENRY: MRC (2), 
Scott College Senate (1,2,3), SP (I), 
Wrestling (1). 

BLAIR, ROBERT JACKSON: MRC (1), 
Monogram Club (2,3,4), Scon College 
Senate (2), SP (I ), Wrestling (1 ,2,3,4). 
BLALOCK, III, ALVIN COLEMAN: Ruf 
fin President (3), MRC (3), King Col 
lege Senate (3). 

BLANKENSHIP, MALCOLM BRIHAIN: 
il'}li,'l'\H. 

BLANTON, JR., THOMAS EDMUND: 
Croige College Senate (1 ,2), YDC (1 ,2, 
3), AFROTC (1,2), Band (1,2,3). 
BLANTON, JR., WILLIAM LAWRENCE: 
Campus Chest (3), Morrison Senate (2), 
UP (3,4). 

BLAUSTEIN, HENRY RICHARD: Da.ly 
Tor Heel (4). 

BLOCK, JR., MICHAEL JOHN: Scon 
College Senate (2,3), UP (1,2,3,4), 
YRC (1,2,3,4). 

BLOUNT, GEORGE WESLEY; 1 1 K'l> 
BLOUNT, SUMNER EMERSON; llk\, 
SP (4), YMCA (4). 

BLOUNT, WILLIAM GRAY: <1)AH, UP 
(3,4). 

BLUE, F. RICHARD; ZB I, An Gen 
eral's Staff (3), Lacrosse (I), Rugby 
(4), Orientotion Comm. (4), UP (1,2,3). 
BOBO, RONALD BROWN: \'l>. An 
General's Staff (3), IFC (2,3), NROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Scabbard and Blade, Ori 
entation Counselor (3). 
BOGGS, NORA WAYNELL; UP (3,4) 
BOICE, BEVERLY CAROLE: k \H, 
I B'l', SPU(3), UP(I,2,3,4). 



80LICK, HAROLD ARTHUR; 'l>A\, 
Pharmacy Senate (3,4,5), NCPA (3, 
4,5). 

BOLIN, PATRICIA MARLE: K \H, SP 
(3.4). 

BOIING, JR., VERNON RAYMOND: 
\\i. University Gleemen (2,3) 
BONNER, HENRIETTA SHANNON: 
Carolina Women's Council (4). 
BORDEN, CYNTHIA JEAN: i.K, Daily 
Tor Heel (3,4), Winston President (4), 
Orientation Comm. (4), WRC (3,4), 
YWCA (4), Gymnastics Club (3). 
BORDEN, SALLY NASH; AAA, Campus 
Chest (3), SNEA (4), SP (3,4), YWCA 
(3,4). 

BOULDIN, MARY CRUMP: Spencer 
Vice President (2), President (4), King 
College Senate (2,3,4), Student Men- 
tal Health Comm. (3), WRC (4). 
BOWDEN, EMILY REBECCA; YWCA 
(3). 

BOWERS, ROSIYN ANNE: Ml. UP 
(3,4), An. General's Staff (4). 
BOWLING, JR., THOMAS BENSON: 
AFROTC (1,2), Orientation Counselor 
(3). 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM HAROLD: Or 
der of the Grail, Order of the Old Well, 
Orientation Comm. (3,4), Honors Com- 
mission (1,2), Chairman of Communica- 
tions Commission (3), SP (2,3,4), Track 
(1), YMCA (1,2), President of West- 
minster Fellowship (3). 
BOYKIN, THOMAS BROOKS: 'M\l. 
BRADNER, ROBERT BEVERLY; 1\, 
Campus Chest (1), IFC (3,4), Budget 
Comm. (2), Campus Affairs Comm. (3), 
UP(1, 2,3,4). 

BRADY, JANE HARRIS: IIB't', Caro- 
lina Symposium (4), Order of the Bean- 
birds (3,4), YWCA (3), i BK. 
BRADY, MARY ELLA: K \(-), SP (3,4), 
WAA (4). 

BRAMLEn, JAMES EVEREH: WUNC 
(1,2,3,4). 

BRANAMAN, BEVERLY ANN; il\. 
BRANCH, FRANKLIN TAYLOR: X*, 
'1>,\W, 'tHi, it'BK, Carolina Symposi- 
um (2,3,4), Choirman (4), Honor Sys- 
tem Comm. Chairman (3), Men's Honor 
Council (1,2), Order of the Grail (2, 
3,4), State Affairs Comm. (2), More- 
head Scholar. 

BRANCH, JR., JAMES ARTHUR; 'MA. 
BRASWELL, WILUAM EDWARD: Mor- 
rison Armstrong President (3), Gran- 
ville Senate (4). 

BRATCHER, SANDRA DEE: UP (4), 
Physical Therapy Club (1 ,2,3,4). 
BRAWLEY, MARY WALTON: KKK, 
Campus Chest (3,4), GMAB Secretariat 
(4), YWCA (3,4). 

BREARD, MICHAEL FELTUS: i IK, New- 
man Club (1 ,2,3,4), Cardboard (3,4). 
BRESLOW, KENNETH ALAN: TK*, 
Intramural Mgr. (2), SP (3,4), Student 
Credit Commission (4), Student Dis- 
counting Committee (4). 
BRETHAN, III, CHARLES A.; i.\K, 
President (4), Mutton and Shoals (3,4), 
Careers For Carolina Chairman (3). 
BREWER, SUSAN W1LKINS; Residence 
College Comm (2). 

BREWSTER, DAVID ANDRE: Rugby (2) 
BRIDGFORD, JUNE ELLEN: KKK. 
BRINER, FRANCES KAY: \U, Orien- 
tation Comm. (4).i 

BRITT, BETTY CAROLYN; Carolina 
Symposium (4), UP (2,3,4). 
BRin, JAMES LAURENT: \'l', Coro 
/,na Hondbook (2), Swimming (1 ,2,3,4), 
Orientation Counselor (3). 
BROADWAY, DOUGLAS EARL: SP (1, 
2,3,4), Residence College Comm (4). 



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BROCK, RICHARD LINTON: itAW. 
MRC(3), VIGAH(I). 
BROIU, ROBERT THAYER: \>1', Rugby 
(3,4), 

BROOKE, MARTHA LOUISE: Carolina 
Women's Council (3,4), Scott College 
Senate (4), NSA (3). 
BROOKRESON, JOE WADE: Wrestling 
(1.2,3,4). 

BROTHERS, AARON WADE: Lewis Sec 
retary (J,3). 

BROWN, JR., ALVIN MASTON: Ori 
entationComm(2), SP(2,3,4) 
BKOWN, DAVID BUILUCK: <l'Ki: 
BRAUN, GAIL PATRICIA: K \H, Cam 
pus Chest (3,4). 

BROWN, JOHN MICHAEL: \'l', 'Mli, 
Att'y Generol's Staff (2), Golf (1 ,2), Or- 
der of the Groil, Order of the Old Well, 
Orientation Comm (2), National Merit 
Comm (1,2,3), State Affairs Comm (2, 
3), SP (3,4), Student Gov't, Director 
External Affairs (4), Morehead Scholar. 
BROWN, JULIAN WINSTON: llk\. 
Football (1,2). 

BROWN, LLEWELLYN G.: 't'Hi, MRC 
(2,3), Teague President (3), Order of 
the Old Well, Residence College Comm. 
(3,4), Society of Janus (2,3,4), Vice- 
Choirmon, Choncellor's Advisory Com- 
mittee on Residence Colleges (3,4), 
Orientation Counselor (3,4). 
BROWN, MOLLY BAKER: G.M Social 
Comminee(3,4). 

BROWN, JR., THOMAS CREASMAN: 
Ruffin Vice-President (2), President (4), 
King College Senate (4), Speaker (4). 
BROWNRIDGE, BARBARA ANNE: UP 
(3), WRC (3,4). 

BRUCE, BRENDA JEANNE: Chapel 
Hill Choral Club (3,4). 
BRYANT, EMILY KAREN: FIB*, UP 
(3,4). 

BRYANT, RICHARD lOUIS: Fine Arts 
Festival (2,3,4). 

BUCHANAN, SALLY ANN: 1<P\, Cor 
olina Hondbook(l). 
BUCK, JR., JAMES CLIFTON: Football 
(1), UP(3,4). 

BULLARD, CYNTHIA EILEEN: A.iA, UP 
(4). 

BULLARD, ROGER HOWARD: Swim- 
ming (1,2,3,4). 

BUNCE, MADGE: \A<t>, S^'il, Car 
olina Playmakers (3,4), WUNC (3,4), 
University Chorus (3). 
BURCHAM, IRA ROBERTS: MRC (3,4), 
Morrison College Senate (3,4). 
BURCHEn, BRUCE MYAH: SP (1,4), 
YMCA (2). 

BURROUGHS, UNOA KAREN: KT \, 
UNC Journalist (4), UNC Press Club 
(3,4). 

BURTON, JAMES HUDSON: YDC (3,4) 
BURWELL, MARGARET EUGENIA: Ml, 
I UK, Fine Arts Festival (3). Order of 
the Beanbirds, SNEA (4), UP (3,4). 
BYLER, DAVID MICHEAL: \\1, Men's 
Glee Club (2,3,4), Men's Honor Coun- 
cil (3), SP (3), University Gleemen (1), 
Boptist Student Union (3,4) 
BYRO, III, ROBERT BRYANT: i'I>K, 
IFC (4), Intramural Mgr (3), NROTC 
(3,4), UP (2,3,4) 

BYRUM, JOAN SADLER: SNA (1,2, 
3.4). 

CAIN, ERIC HOWARD: Cardboard (3, 
4). 

CALDWELL, III, MACK DENSON: Band 
(1,2,3,4), NROTC (1,2,3,4). 
CALHOUN, ELIZABETH CARTER: \!1, 
Campus Chest (3), UP (3), WAA (3), 
YWCA(3). 

CALLOWAY, SARAH MARGARET: 
IIB'I', Att'y General's Staff (3,4), com- 
pus Chest (4), SNEA (4), UP (3,4). 



CAMPBELL, ALEXANDRA ELIZABETH: 

<t>\l, YWCA (3), Women's Honor Coun- 
cil (I), GM Films Committee (3,4), 
Lutheran Students Assn. (3,4). 
CAMPBELL, DONIVER DEAN: Daily 
Tor Heel (3,4), iJiX (3,4). 
CANGIAMILA, CARLA: WAA (3,4), 
YWCA (1,2) 

CANNADAY, KENNETH SIMMS: <H A, 
Campus Chest(l), Carolina Symposium 
(3), Orientation Comm. (2), UP (1,2,3, 
4),YMCA(1,2,3). 

CARDEN, SHEUA COICIOUGH: SNEA 
(4). 

CAREY, BROOKS: IKV., Elections 
Board (3), Golf (1,2,3,4), Monogram 
Club (3,4), MuHon and Shoots. 
CARHART, DAVID HENRY: \\i, Ruf 
fin Treasurer (4), Nat. Merit Scholar- 
ship Comm. (1,2), University Gleemen 
(1). 

CARPENTER, THOMAS EDWARD: \M', 
Carolina Symposium (4), Cross Coun- 
try (1), IFC (3,4), SP (1,2,3,4), Track (1, 
2), Monogram Club (2), Treasurer, \'l' 
(2,3), Moreheod Scholar. 

CARR, EUZABETH MARGARET: SP(I), 
Women's Honor Council (2,3), SNA 
(1,2,3). 

CARR, GARLAND EDWIN: Lewis Vice 
President (3). 

CARR, IHRIE POU: AAA, Compus Chest 
(4), Order of the Beanbirds (3,4), SP 
(3). 

CARR, JOHNNYE COHLE: Carolina 
Women's Council (3,4), Alderman Trea- 
surer (4). 

CARTWRIGHT, JAMES WOODROW: 
SP(4), YDC (3,4). 
CASEY, RONALD NELSON: 'I'Hi 
CASHWELL, NARLEY LEE: Scott Col 
lege Senate (4). 

CATHEY, FRANK McDANIEL: 1 \E. SP 
(4). 

CAUSEY, JR., WILLIAM MITCHELL: In- 
tramural Mgr. (3,4), YDC (1). 
CHARBONNEAU, HELEN-RAE: SP (3). 
CHEEKSFIELD, KAREN MARIE: Mor 
rison College Senate (2,3), SP (1,2), 
Women's Honor Council (2,3,4), WRC 
(3,4), SNA (1, 2). 

CHEERS, GARY ALAN: 't'HK, I H't 
CHERRY, III, CHARLES QUINTARD: 
HMII, Orientation Comm. (4), Campus 
Affairs Comm. (3,4), Swimming (1,2), 
UP (3,4). YMCA (3, 4) 

CHILDS, PAUL JENNINGS: Orientation 
Comm. (4), Scon College Senote (4), 
SP (4), YDC (3,4), AfROTC (1,2), MRC 
(3). 

CHRISCO, DAVID EDWIN: King Col 
lege Senate (3). University Gleemen 
(2,3), Orientation Counselor (2,4). 
CHRISTIAN, EMILY LOUISE: Physical 
Therapy Club (1,2,3,4). 
CHRISTIAN, MARGARET MURRAY: 
'l>liK, University Chorus (3,4). 
CICCONE, JR., JOHN GARY: i't'K, 
Vice. President (4), Orientation Comm. 
(4), UP (3,4). 

CIVILS, JOHN DAVID: UP (1,2,3,4), 
YDC (3,4). 

CLARK, III, ARTHUR BENNEH: (I'AH, 
YMCA (3,4). 

CLARK, JOHN HECTOR: WUNC (2,3, 
4). 

CLAY, PHILUP LEROY: I U<t>, Carolina 
Forum (3,4), Carolina Political Union 
(2,3,4), Carolina Symposium (4), Hon- 
or System Comm ( I ), NSA (2,4), NAACP 
(1,2,3,4). Order of the Grail, Orienta- 
tion Comm (4), VIGAH (2), SP (1,3), 
YMCA (2,3,4). 

CLEGG, JR , AUBREY LUTHER: Avery 
Treasurer (3,4), YDC (1,2). 



CLEMENS, WILLIAM JENKINS: <)>iK, 
Debate Team (1 ,2), Graham Vice-Prcsi- 
dent (2), Moreheod College Senate 
(1,2), SP(1,2). 

CLEMENT, CAROUNE WILEY: i!)\l. 
Campus Chest (3), Orientation Comm. 
(3,4), SP (4). 

COBB, WILLIAM THURSTON: \\ \, 
AFROTC (3,4), GM Social Comm. (4), 
Orientation Counselor (4), Yacleely Yock 
(1,2,3.4). Fraternities Editor (3,4), 
Morehead Scholar 
COBLE, CHARLES MORRISON: Kl 
COBLE, JOSEPH RAY: Morrison News 
paper Editor (2). 

COCHRAN, ROBERT NELSON: IB*, 
Band (1,2), 

COCHRANE, DIANE: K \(-), Panhel 
lenic Council (3), UP (3), UNC Press 
Club (2). 

COLBY, WHITNEY COFFIN: \H', Hon 
or System Comm. (3), Rugby (3), Cam- 
pus Affairs Comm. (I), Swimming (1,2), 
UP(I,2,3.4). 

COLE, RONALD WAYNE: Residence 
College Comm. (3), SP (2), YMCA (3.4). 
COLEMAN, JAMES DONALD: Fine Arts 
Festival (3), Men's Glee Club (4), Uni- 
versity Gleemen (1 ,2,3). 
COLEMAN, RICHARD CLARK: Avery 
Secretary-Treasurer (2). 
COLEMAN, ROBERT BRUCE: k I \, 
Corolina Conservotive Club (1), Daily 
Tar Heel (3,4), Intramural Mgr. (2), 
Morehead College Senate (2,3), Com- 
munications Comm. (3). UP (1 ). YRC (1 ), 
UNC Press Club (3.4). Orientation 
Counselor (4). 

COLEMAN, III, ROBERT FEASTER: A"! , 
Coro/mo Handbook (3,4), Orientation 
Comm., SP (3,4), YRC (1,2), YMCA (1,2, 
3,4), Morehead Scholar. 
COLLINS, CURTIS JEROME: Morrison 
Morris Vice-President (3), Intramural 
Mgr. (2), Men's Glee Club (2). 
COLTEN, WENDY MARGARET: Kkl, 
Carolina Symposium (2), Orientation 
Counselor (2). 

COMER, CHARLES CLINE: Baseball 
(I), MRC (2,3,4). 

COMER, NANCY LOUIS: IIB'I', Cam 
pus Chest (3,4), YWCA (3,4). 
CONNIE, WALTER LIND: \\\. IFC 
(3). Course Evaluation Bklt. (3). 
CONNER, JR, CHARLES HORACE: 
i\. President (4), IfC (3). 
CONNOLLY, ROBERT JAMES: ki.. 
Football (1,2,3,4). Monogram Club (3. 
4). 

CONSTANTINE, JANE ELIZABETH: 
YDC (3). 
COOK, WILLIAM ANDREW: Debate 



n(3). 



COOPER, SAMUEL LOUIS: I K'l' 
COOPER, STEPHEN EDWARD: ZBI, 
Orientation Comm. (I), Academic Af- 
fairs Comm. (2), SP (2), UP (2), YMCA 
(3), Hillel(4). 

CORDON, JR., JAMES TELFAIR 
WUNC -TV (4). 

CORNE, JOHN RANSOM: BHI I, Audit 
Board (3), Intramural Mgr (2), UP (2), 
YMCA (1,2), GM Social Committee (3, 
4). 

CORRY, RICHARD HARRIS V'l'U 
COTTINGHAM, CAROLINE BLACK- 
MAN: AAA. SP (3,4), YWCA (3), Ori 
entalion Counselor (4) 
COWAN, III, EVEREn CAMPBELL: kl. 
Football (1,2,3.4), Monogram Club 
(3,4). 

COX, DANIEL THOMAS: 'I'Bk, 'I'lll 
COX, JOHN DAVID: YDC (3), YMCA 
(4). 

COX, RICHARD BADHAM: 1 \l.. Cam 
pus Chest (3), UP (3,4). 



CRANFORD, CHARLES HERMAN 

'I'Hi, 'I'Bk, Intromurol Mgr. (2). 
CRATES, MARTHA EUZABETH: kA 
Att'y Generol's Staff (4), Fine Arts Fes- 
tival (3), Orientation Comm. (3), Pon- 
hellenic Council (3,4), SP (3), WRC (3), 
President (4). 

CRAWFORD, JAMES WOODROW: 
iI'M \, AFROTC (1,2), Bond (1,2,3,4), 
Residence College Comm. (3,4), UP 
(4), WUNC-TV (3,4), Orientation Coun- 
selor (4). 

CRAWFORD, JOHN SPENCER: UP (3 
4). 

CRAYTON, JR., PAUL WASHINGTON: 
i.\ 

CROSWELL, MICHEAL JAMES: Cos 
mopolilon Club (3), Fine Arts Festival 
(3), Int. Students Board (1,2,3), Men's 
Honor Council (1,2), Morehead Scholar. 

CROWOER, WILLIAM ROBERTS: HOI I, 
CUSC (2). Ruffin Treasurer (2). Out- 
ting Club (1). Student Legislature (2.3), 
UP (1,2,3), Morehead Scholar. 
CROWELL, MOLLY HARRIS: \AII, 
Campus Chest (3). SNEA (4), UP (3,4), 
YMCA (4), Orientation Counselor (3). 

CUIBRETH, II, FRED MALCOUM: MRC 

(2), Morrison College Senate (2), More- 
head Scholar. 

CULBRETH, SUSAN GREY: 'I'M, SNEA 
(4), WAA (3,4), SP (3,4), University 
Chorus (3). 

CULP, III, ROBERT GEORGE: <t'A(-), 
Att'y General's Staff (3). Basketball 
(1). UP(1. 2,3,4). 

CULPEPPER. MICHEAL LEE: \iliU, 
Men's Honor Court (3.4). SP (4). YDC 
(4). 

CUMMINS, RICHARD OLIVER: \K.A, 
Campus Chest (1,2), Do,/y Jar Heel 
(1), Orientation Comm. (2), YMCA (1,2, 
3,4). 

CUNNINGHAM, REED LIGON: \ I !!, 
't'lll, IFC (3), NROTC (1,2,3,4), Scab- 
bard and Blade, UP (3,4). 
CUTCHIR, III, JOSEPH HENRY: UP (1, 
2). 

CUTCLIFFE, III, JAMES EDWARD: W \, 
Bond (3,4), Morrison Iredell Sec'y- 
Treasurer(3), YMCA(3). 
DAETWYIER, DAVID ALAN: Student 
Legislature (4), SP (4). 
DAFFORD, DELLA ANNE: Att'y Gen 
erals Staff (4), NAACP (3), SP (3), 
WRC (3,4), YMCA (3,4). 
DAGENHART, JR., ROBERT CONUN: 
King College Senote (3). Campus Ra 
dio Comm. (2). SP (3,4). WUNC (3). 
DAHAN, ELUOn: I K'l', \'l'!l, CUSC 
(4), NSA (2), Orientation Comm. (3,4), 
Student Legislature (3), SP (2,3,4), 
YRC (1,2,3,4). 

DANIEL, LAWRENCE KOLTE: 'I'ik, 
Fine Arts Festival (3), Morrison College 
Senate (2,3), WUNC-TV (2,3,4). 
DANIEL, MAX LAMBETH: i.\, Campus 
Chest(l,2), UP(1, 2,3,4) 
DAUGHERTY, MARY ROXANA: I \ \, 
Band (I). 

DAUGHTRIDGE, SUSAN BAKER: \i!. 
Campus Chest (3), Orientation Comm. 
(4), UP (3,4). Valkyries, WAA (3,4), 
YWCA (3,4), 

DAUGHTRY, JR , RICHARD FETNER: 
Avery Vice-President (3), Residence 
College Comm. (3), SP (1,2,4), YMCA 
(1.2,3). 

DAVENPORT, BILL TRAMMELL: i'l'K, 
NROTC (2,3,4), Orientation Comm. (2, 
3), UP (2,3,4). 
DAVIS, JR., BENJAMIN FRANKUN: 



on Co 



r(4). 



DAVIS, JR , JAMES MORTON: \ I!!, 

Football (1), UP (1,2,3,4). 

DAVIS, JOAN CAROL: YWCA (2,3). 



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DAVIS, JOHNNY MARK: NROTC (1,2, 
3,4). 

DAVIS, RICHARD B.: i.\, Arty Gen 
eral'i Stalf (1 ,2,3), Compus Chest (1 ,2), 
IFC (3), Student Legislature (3). UP 
(1,2,3,4), 

DAVIS, RUTH MORRIS; A* \ 
DEAN, JUDITH ANNE: AAA, Student 
Legislature (4), V/RC (3,4). UP (3,4), 
YWCA (2,3,4). GM Social Committee 
(4). 

DEBARDELA8EN, E. MARJENE: ^(-IT, 
WAA (3), WRC (4). 

DELAHOUSSAYE, DENISE: Bond (3,4), 
UP (1), YAF (1), Orientation Counselor 
(4). 

DEILINGER, III, JOHN B.: \'l>. 
DENNY, ANDREW/ CLYDE: Baseball 
(1 ), MRC (4), Morehead College Senate 
(4). 

DENNY, DONALD JEFFERSON: AKA, 
Men's Glee Club (3,4), University Glee- 
men (2), WUNC (1 )- 

DENT, JULIE ANNE: \Cl, Fine Arts 
Festivol (3), Student Legislature (3.4), 
Toronto Exchange Comm. (3). UP (3,4), 
YWCA (2,3,4). 

DERIEMER, NEIL BRECKINRIDGE: K^i, 
NROTC (1,2,3,4), UP(1,2,3,4) 
DERRICK, SHARON EUZABETH: AAA, 
Orientotion Comm, (4), SP (3,4), WAA 
(4), Cheerleader (1,2,3,4), Homecom- 
ing Court (2) 

DEW, JR., JOHN LEW/IS: Old West 
Sec'y-Treasurer (3,4), Davie College 
Treasurer (3), Amateur Radio Club (3). 
DICKENS, FRANCES ANN: Stray 
Greeks, Connor Secretary (4). 
DICKENS, NANCY JO: Stray Greeks. 
DICKINSON, JR., CHARLES FRANCIS: 
NROTC (2,3). 

DILDA, JAMES HAMMOND: '1>\I \, 
Band (1,2,3,4), AFROTC (3,4). 
Dill, JR , GREEN REDMOND: UP (3.4), 
YDC(4) 

DIPALMA. CHARLES FEUX Arnold Air 
Society (4), AFROTC (3,4), Intramural 
Mgr. (4). 

DIXON, JR., CARL EUGENE: Intro 
murolMgr. (2,3), MRC(4). 
DIXON. JR , DEW/EY WARREN: YRC 
(4), UNC Press Club (4). 
DOBSON, BARBARA ELAINE: Bond 
(3,4), Cardboard (3,4), University Sym- 
phony (3,4), YDC (3,4). 
DOGGEn, LEW BEITON: Morrison 
Bohnson Vice-President (3), Lutheran 
Student Assn. (2,3,4). 
DORIAN, KAREN LEIGH: Illi'l', WRC 
(3,4). 

DOROBIALA, HELEN IRENE: Campus 
Chest (3), UP (3,4), Middle South Mod- 
el United Nations (4). 
DUNCAN, LYNWOOD HART: Football 
(1 ,2,3,4), Monogram Club (2,3,4). 
DURHAM, KENNETH RANSOM: MRC 
(2), Morrison Iredell President (3). 
DYE, ANNE EUZABETH: Ml. Oriento 
tion Comm, (3,4), YWCA (3,4), Uni- 
versity Chorus (2,3), Westminster Fel- 
lowship (3,4). 

EAKINS, JANET lELA: KK, N C P A 
EARNHARDT, ELIZABETH TREXLER: 
k\H,(3,4). 

EASON, DONALD MAHHEWS: Mens 
Glee Club(l,2). 

EASTER, OLEN CORDELL: University 
Gleemer(3,4) 

EDGERTON, DAVID E.: Kl \, UNC 
Press Club (3, 4) 

EDMONSON, JUDY CAROLYN: I li'l'. 
Angel Flight(1.2), SNA'), 2) 
EDWARDS, CHARLES HARPER: Wes 
ley Foundation (3,4). 



EGBERT, III, JOHN C: AKK, Corolino 
Handbook (2), Murton and Shoots, 
Infl Students Board (4), Tennis (1,2), 
Toronto Exchange Comm. (3), UP (3). 

EGELER, JR., CLARK RAYMOND: 

Publications Board (4), Middle South 
Model United Nations (4) Yockety 
Yock (1,2,3,4), Organiiotions Editor 
(I). Managing Editor (2), Editor-in- 
Chiel (3), Editorial Consultant (4). 
EINSTEIN, JAMES LYIE: 1IK\, Golf 
(1,2), UP(3,4). 

EISENBAND, ARTHUR: II N'l', Hillel 
(1,2,3,4), 

ELLIS. DIANE HAYWOOD: Do.ly Tor 
Heel (3). Fine Arts Festival (3). State 
Affairs Comm. (3), Student Legislature 
(3), SP(3,4), YDC (3,4), SSL (4). 
ELY, JOSEPH HARRISON: A1 , Campus 
Affairs Comm. (2), SP (3,4). 
ENNIS, HELEN LOIS: 'I'M, Campus 
Chest (3), Ponhellenic Council (3,4). 
ENTEN, DAVID ROBERT: IK'I', IFC 
(2), Campus Affairs Comm. (2). SP (1. 
2), Orientation Counselor (4). 
ESSER, RICHARD BOICE: "I'Ki., Intro 
muralMgr. (3,4), Tennis (1,2). 
ESTES, WILLIAM ELLIOH: Baseball 
(1,2,3,4), Monogram Club (3,4), UP 
(3,4), YMCA(4). 

EVANS, KING CHARLES: Arnold Air 
Society (3.4), AFROTC (1,2,3,4), Scab- 
bard and Blade, Cross Country (2). 
Morehead College Senate (3) 
EVINS, MARY JAMIESON: AAA, UP 
(3,4), YWCA (3,4) 
EWELL, JR., SAME: 'I'KK, 'I'lll. 
FAIRCLOTH, MARY HOLT: UP (4) 
FARB, ROBERT LOUIS: Atty Generals 
Staff (1,2,3), Carolina Political Union 
(1,2,3,4), Teogue Treasurer (2), Com- 
munications Comm. (2), YDC (1). 
FARRISH, CHARLES MORRISON: 
\\\, IFC (1,2), Orienlolion Comm. 
(2), UP(I,2,3). 

FARMER, GEORGE LAWRENCE Cos 
mopolitanClub(l). SP(1.2,3,4) 
FARMER, SANDRA KAY: Student NEA 
(4), UP (4) 

FARRIS, JR., ROBERT ARTHUR: Parker 
President (2), MRC (2,3), Scort College 
Senate (1), ScoH College Governor 
(3), Residence College Comm. (1.2), 
Communications Comm. (1,2), YDC 
(1,2,3,4). 

FAULKNER. LEE AUSTIN: Mens Glee 
Club (3,4), MRC (3,4). 
FAULKNER, SANFORD WESLEY: Di 'h 
Senate (3,4). WUNC TV (4), YRC (3,4) 
FAWCEn, JR , GEORGE THOMAS: UP 
(2,3,4). 

FAWSEn, ROBERT HASTINGS: K \, 
Fencing (1), University Symphony (1 ). 
FEARNSIDE, SARAH ANNE: AAA, UP 
(3,4), YWCA (3, 4) 

FEATHERSTONE, HARRY LEE: UP (1) 
FELDMAN, PAUL STEPHEN: /111, UP 
(1,2,3,4), Hillel(l,2,3,4). 
FEMIA, JOYCE EILEEN: YDC (3,4). 
FENNINGER, JR., RANDOLPH 
BOURNE: A^ , Corol.no Hondboot (3), 
Di-Phi Senate (2,3), GMAB (2), SP 
(1,2,3,4), Yoclely yack(l). 
FERNSTROM, JOHN RICHARD: <1>K1, 
Campus Chest (3), NROTC (1,2), Uni- 
versity Symphony (1 ,2,3,4). 
FIDLER, DAVID RUFUS: \\ \ 
FIELDS, JR , JAMES C : Campus Chest 
(2), Corol.na Hondbooii (4), Do.ly Tor 
Heel (3,4). 

FIELDS, JOHN WILUAM: University 
Chorus (2). 

FINDEISEN, JANIS MARGARET: Sec 
retonot (4), Comm. on Honors (3), UP 
(3,4), YWCA (3). 



FINDLAY, WILLIAM ALLAN: 'l>ltK, 
*lli, \\K, Honor System Comm. (3, 
4), Men's Honor Council (2,3), Order 
of the Grail, Order of the Old Well, 
Orientotion Comm. (3), Notional Merit 
Scholarship Comm. (2,3), SP (1,2,3,4), 
Toronto Exchange Comm. (3), YMCA 
(1,2,3,4), Soccer (1), Morehead Scholar. 
FINKELSTEIN. JR., LEO: Arnold Air 
Society, (2,3,4), AFROTC (1,2,3,4), 
Carolina Hondbaak (3). Scabbard 
and Blade. 

FLETCHER, JR., RALPH HENRY: \>l'. 
Basketball (1,2,3,4). 
FLOOD, NANCY HALE: KA, YWCA 
(4). 

FLOYD, JAMES MONROE AFROTC 
(3,4). 

FLYNN, FRANCES BEADNELL: WUNC 
(4). 

FOLKS, LLOYD COUNCIL: Fencing (3), 
NAACP(1,2). 

FONVIELLE, LAURA CHRISTOPHER: 
AAA, Art'y General's Staff (3,4), SP 
(4), YWCA (3). 

FOOTE, JUDY ALLISON: Student NEA 
(3,4). 

FORD, GEORGE JOSEPH: GMAB (3), 
Morrison College Senate (3), VIGAH 
(3), UP (3), YDC (3). 

FORD, MICHEAl RODNEY: AFROTC (I , 
2,3,4), Arnold Air Society (2,3,4), MRC 
(3), Morehead College Treosurer (3), 
Morehead College Senate (2), Scab 
bard and Blade (3,4), UP (1 ). 
FOREMAN, ROBERT BORN: ZBT. 
Monogram Club (3,4), SP (4), Swim- 
ming (1,2,3,4), Track (2,4), UP (3), 
AKA. 

FORESTER, BEHY ANN: AAA, Arty 
General's Staff (2), Carolina Women's 
Council (1), Honor System Comm. (2), 
UP (1,2,3,4), Women's Honor Council 
(1,2), WRC (3) 

FORTENBERRY, JOHN DAVID: Mor 
rison Harris President (3), University 
Gleemon (1,2,3,4), AFROTC (1,2,3,4). 
FOWLER, GEORGE STERLING: YDC (3, 
4). 

FOWLER, SARAH ANNEHE: UP (4) 
FOX, LARRY lEE: Intramural Mgr. (3,4), 
Craige House Sec'y-Treasurer (3). 
FOX, STEPHEN EllOT: /HI, Arty Gen 
eral's Staff (3,4), Fine Ar<s Festival (3), 
GMAB (4), IFC (2,3,4), Orientation 
Comm. (3), NSA Comm. (2,3), Communi- 
cations Comm. (3,4), UP(1,2,3,4). 
FRANK, RICHARD LEE: Lacrosse (1,2, 
3,4), UP(1). 

FREE, NOEL KARL: \FA, I1M>, Old 
East Vice-President (2,3), Fine Arts 
Festival (2), Davie College Senate (3), 
SP (1,2,3,4), University Gleemen (1,2). 
FREEMAN, JOHN WILLIAM: 'l'A\ 
FREEMAN, DILLON SMITH: A^ , IFC (3, 
4), SP (1,2,3,4), University Gleemen (I, 
2), 

FRENCH, ARTHUR McDOWEll: Bos 
ketboll (1), Carolina Ploymakers (1), 
Lacrosse (1), Outing Club (2), WUNC- 

rv(3), 

FRENCH, SALIIE BUTLER: AAA, UP (3, 
4), YWCA (3,4), Orientation Counselor 
(4)- 

FRYE, JAMES BAXTER: IIHII, Basket 
boll (1,2,3,4), Track(l, 2, 3,4), 
BULTON, MARY ANN: GMAB Presi 
dent (5), Orientation Counselor (2,3), 
King College Senate (3). UP (1,2,3,4), 
WRC (2,3,4), YWCA (2,3), 
FULTON, JR., THOMAS ALBEE: K'C. 
FUNDERBURK, BEHY DARE: IIW', 
Mojorette (4), Orientation Counselor 
(4), Women's Honor Court (4), WRC (3). 
FUNK, HARRIET CARVER: K \(-), Arty 
General's Staff (3), Alderman Secre- 



tary (4), Scort College Senate (4). SP 
(2.3,4). 

GAFFORD, JR., WILLIAM FRANKLIN: 
Wrestling (2). 

GAINEY, JR., CHARLES ROBERT: MRC 
(2). 

GALLOWAY, III, HUNTER HENDER- 
SON; nK<t>, Outing Club (1,2). UP(1, 
2,3,4). 

GAYLON, LUTHER ANDERSON; 4>A0, 
Art'y General's Stoff (1,2), Campus 
Chest (1), Gimghoul, Mutton and 
Shoots, Order of the Beonbirds, Rugby 
(3,4), Track (1), UP (1,2,3,4), IBE, 
Morehead Scholar. 

GAMMON, III, GEORGE ROLAND; 
Morrison College Senate (4). 
GARDNER, JOHN HENSDALE: AFROTC 
(1,2,3,4). 

GARDNER, TAD WELLS: King College 
Senate (3). 

GARDNER, RICHARD HARRIS; Mor- 
rison College Senate (3). 
GARNER, RICHARD lAMONT: *HS, 
\EA. 

GARREH, MICHEAL CARITON: K.'\. 
UP(1.2). 

GARRISON, JAMES DAVID: 4>BK, 
't'Hi, YMCA (3,4). 

GATES, JOSEPH BRAXTON: Fencing 
(3,4). 

GATINS, JOSEPH FRANCIS: Saint An- 
thony Hall, Cosmopolitan Club (3). 
Int'l Students Board (3), Lacrosse (1), 
Orientotion Comm. (2,3), Rugby (3,4), 
SP (1), Soccer (1), DARE Project (3), 
Yockety Yoclc (4). 

GELDER, ELEANOR DENNIS: KKI , 
Campus Chest (4), UP (4). 
GENTRY, DONALD RAY: Bond (1,2, 
3,4). 

GEORGE, HUNTER THOMPSON: Da,ly 
Tor Heel (3,4). 

GERAGHTY, KEVIN EDWARD: Intra- 
mural Mgr. (2), Scort Lt Governor (2), 
MRC (2). 

GERARD, FREDERIC MICHEAL: TE<J>, 
iJ'Hi, \KA, Bond (1),SP (1,2,3,4). 
GIBSON, CHARLES WARREN: *M A, 
Men's Glee Club (1,2,3). 

GIBSON, JONATHAN CARL; it>HS, 

Carolina Symposium (4). NSA (2.3). 
Order of the Golden Fleece, Order of 
the Groil, Order of the Old Well, Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship Comm. (3), 
Toronto Exchange Comm. (3,4), YMCA 
(2,3), Experimental College Steering 
Comm. (3), Westminster Fellowship 
(1,2), Morehead Scholar. 

GILKEY, JR., JOHN MILLARD; KS, 

<MtK, >l'Hi, Band (I), Men's Honor 
Council (3), Student Legislature (3,4), 
SL Finance Committee (3,4), UP (1,2, 
3,4), Morehead Scholar. 

GILLIAM, LAWRENCE STANLEY; Fine 

Arts Festival (3), Men's Glee Club (1), 

WUNC (3,4), YMCA (3). 

GILMORE, PETER CUFT: X4', Soccer 

(1,2,3), Morehead Scholar. 

GINGLES, JR., RALPH CORNEUUS: 

NAACP(1,2,4),YMCA(4). 

GINSBERG, DAVID MARK: II \<t>, 

\Hr, IFC (3), SP (2,3). 
GIASSER, PAUL LYLE: TE*, A*!!. 
BudgetComm. (2), Hillel (1,2,3). 
GLEASON, WILLIAM MOORE: 14011, 
Morehead Scholar. 

GLENN, LENEHE MARIE: Baptist Stu- 
dent Union (3,4). 

GOLDBERG, FRANK ELllOn: TE*. 
Chancellor (4), <i>A0, <t>Hi:, IFC (3,4), 
SP(3,4). 

GONZALEZ, DANIEL: Cosmopolitan 
Club (4). 



Yackety Yack 503 



GOODMAN, RICHARD PARK: ^KV.. 

Compus Cheif (2.3,4), Elections Board 

(2), GM Social Comm. (3), UP (1,2,3,4). 

GOODMAN, WILLIAM GORDON: 

AXS. 

GORDON, III, WILLIAM JONES: B(-)II, 

Att'y General'! Staff (1), GM Social 

Comm. (4), Do.l, Tor Heel (2), IFC (2), 

Lacrosse (I), Student Legislature (2,3), 

UP(1,2,3,4). 

GOWAN, CHARLES THOMAS: DiPhi 

Senate (1,2,3,4), NROTC (1,2,3,4), 

Model UN (1,2,3,4). 

GRAHAM, MARY EMAAA: NSA (2), 

NAACP(3), YWCA(3,4), 

GRAHAM, ROGER EVANS: Arnold Air 

Society (3,4), AFROTC (1,2,3,4), YRC 

(3,4). 

GRAHAM, THOMAS deGRAFFENRIED: 

.\<I', Track (1), 

GRAUER, PETER THACHER: AKK, 

Compus Chest (1,2,3), Footboll (1,2), 

Gimghoul, IFC (3,4), Lacrosse (2,3,4), 

Monogram Club (2,3,4), SP (3,4). 

GRAY, JAMES ROBERT: NROTC (3,4) 

GRAY, MICHEAl HUSLAM: *A(-), 

WUNC (1,2,3,4). 

GREENBERG, MARC M: football (1,2) 

GREENE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Man 

gum Vice-President (4). 

GREENE, MARY WEBB: IlU't', Atly 

Generol's Sloff (3), Campus Chest (3), 

SP(3), YWCA(4). 

GREGORY, EDGAR BERNARD: M\] 

GRIBBLE, ANNE FRANCES: KA, Cam 

pus Chest (3), Orientation Comm. (4), 

SNEA(4), VIGAH(3). 

GRIFFIN, PHILIP WARREN: IIK't', 

Baseboll (1), Mongum President (3), In. 

tramural Mgr. (3), Residence College 

Comm. (3). 

GRIFFIN, ROBERT STEVEN: Mens Glee 

Club(3,4). 

GROAT, ELIZABETH JANE: \AII, GM 



aICo 



,. (4). 



GROCE, H. DALE: UP (2,4). 
GROSS, GARY ROBERT: TK*, A*!!, 
GM Social Comm. (3), Orientation 
Comm. (3), SP (4). 

GROSSWALD, RALPH R.: TK<t', 'Mli., 
Att'y Generals Staff (1), Fine Arts 
Festivol (1), Order of the Old Well, 
Student Credit Comm. (2,3), Course 
Evol. Bklt. (3). 

GUILLET, JUDY GARDNER: KKI , Com 
pus Chest (3), Carolina Symposium (4), 
Fine Arts Festival (3), NSA (4), Orien- 
tation Comm. (3,4), GM Sociol Comm. 
(4), SNEA(3,4), YWCA(3,4). 
GUIN, JR., JAMES PATRICK: Avery 
Vice-President (2). 
GUNSTER, KATHERINE MARY; KA 
GUNTER, COKE STEEL: Hi-Hl, Intra 
mural Mgr. (2), YMCA (1,2,3). 
GUY, WILLIAM HILL: X*, IFC (1,2,3), 
SP (2), YDC (4), Moreheod Scholar. 
HACKNEY, ELMORE HOWARD: i\ 
Footboll (1). 

HADDEN, II, EARL FRENCH: Di Phi 
Senate (1,2,3,4), Men's Glee Club (1 ,2, 
3,4), MRC (2), Budget Comm. (1,2), SP 
(1,2), University Gleemen (I). 

HALL, JR , BRANDON HOOPER: Bos 

ketball(l) 

HALL, CAROLYN LEE: Compus Affairs 

Comm. (3,4), UP (3,4), YWCA (4). 

HALL, LLOYD ARLINGTON: AAA, 1 BK, 
Order of the Bcanbirds, SNEA (3,4). 
HALL, VIRGINIA MILLEDGE: Corolino 
Women's Council (4), Campus Affairs 
Comm. (3,4), YWCA (3,4). 
HALSEY, WILLIAM EUGENE: Cross 
Country (1,2), Debate Team (3,4), Rug- 
by (3,4). 



HALTOM, III, LEE ANDREW: X\, Da,/y 
Tor Heel (4), Elections Board (2), 
NROTC (1,2,3,4), Orientation Comm. 
(3), Scabbard and Blade, Semper Fi- 
delis. 

HAM, JOHN ROSS: <t)Kl, NROTC (1, 
2,3), Orientation Counselor (2), UP 
(1,2,3,4). 

HAMLIN, LINDA COBB: IBT, Uni 
versify Chorus (3). 

HAMM, JR., JAMES HENRY: NROTC 
(1,2,3,4). 

HAMMERBECK, EDWARD COX: Ki, 
NROTC (1,2,3,4), Scabbard and Blode, 
UP(4), Semper Fidelis (3,4). 
HAMRICK, III, ALGER VASON: i^K 
A'i'il, .ARA, A(l>\, Campus Chest (3, 
4), Cardboard (4), Ruffin Treasurer 
(2,3), Order of the Old Well, King 
College Treasurer (2,3), Communico- 
tions Comm. (1,2,3,4), UP (1,2,3,4), 
YMCA (2,3), Orientation Counselor 
(3,4). 

HAMRICK, CYNTHIA SUSANNA: WAA 
(4), YWCA (3,4) 

HAMRICK, DONALD TILLMAN: 'tAl \, 
Bond (3,4), Men's Glee Club (1,2,3,4). 
HANKINS, III, IRVIN WHITE: Ki, 
NROTC (1 ,2,3,4), Scabbard and Blade, 
Student Legislature (2,3), UP (1,2,3,4). 
HANSEN, JANET scon: IIHft>, OA*. 
Carolina Political Union (4), Carolina 
Symposium (4), YWCA (3). 
HANSON, KARL BOYLES: \ T!l, Swim- 
ming(l,2), UP(1,2,3,4). 
HANSON, MAREE ELIZABETH: YWCA 
(3,4). 

HARDISON, ASHLEY GLENN: GMAB 
(4), MRC (2), SP (1,2,3,4), GM Social 
Comm. (2,3). 

HARMON, HELEN SAMS: XQ, Att'y 
General's Stoff (3,4), Order of the 
Beanbirds, Panhellenic Council (3), 
UP (3,4), YWCA (3). 
HARNEY, JOAN WAUGH: KKI , Com 
pus Chest (3), Fine Arts Festival (3), 
Orientotion Comm. (4), Panhellenic 
Council (3,4), UP (3,4). 
HARREIL, III, lONNIE CLAYTON: 
Ben, .\F,A, Baseboll (1), IFC (3), 
IntromurolMgr. (3), UP(1,2,3,4). 
HARRINGTON, JR , CRAIG WINSTON: 
<PHK, <J>Hi, Mens Glee Club(1), Ori- 
entotion Comm. (2). 

HARRINGTON, MELBA KATHERINE: 
KA, Panhellenic Council (3), SP (4), 
Orientation Counselor (4). 
HARRIS, ANN VIRGINIA: WUNC (4) 
HARRIS, LAMBERT SCOH: King Col 
lege Senate (4). 

HARRIS, THOMAS BRADLEY: Univer 
sity Gleemen (3,4). 

HARRIS, THOMAS EARLE: MRC (2), 
Ehringhaus College Treosurer (4), 
Ehringhaus College Senate (2,3), Slate 
Affairs Committee (2). 
HARRISS, DIANA BINFORD: \AI1, 
Campus Chest (3), Orientotion Coun- 
selor (4), UP (3,4), 

HART, CAROL JEAN: 'I'M, Campus 
Chest (3), Co-Op CommiHee (3), SNEA 
(4), YWCA (2,3,4), >l'\l President (4) 
HART, STEPHEN EDDIE: YDC (3,4) 
HARVEL, ROSE LYNNE HILL: Daily Tor 
Heel (2,3), UNC Press Club (2,3,4) 
HASWELL, JOEL WAYNE: lAX, UNC 
Press Club (3,4), Outing Club (4). 
HAUSER, BRENDA ANN: Corolino 
Ploymakers (3,4), Debate Teom (3,4), 
VIGAH (4), YDC (3), YWCA (4). 
HAWES, PEGGY ANNE: UP (3,4), 
YWCA (3,4) 

HAYES, STEPHEN TURNER: I1K\, 
Elections Board (3), Orientation Comm 
(4), UP (2,3,4), Orientation Counselor 
(3). 



HAYES, SUSAN WHITSEH: Smith Dorm 
President (3), Fine Arts Festivol (3), 
WRC(3), yoclefyyoc;(2) 
HAYNSWORTH, JR , PERRY B : Cheer 
leoder (2,3,4), Men's Glee Club (1,2), 
NROTC (1,2,3,4). 

HAYWOOD, HUBERT BENBURY: (tAB, 
<J'Mi;, UP(1,2),Soccer(1). 
HAYWOOD, LEON STANLEY: <J>AX, 
Intramural Mgr. (3,4), Pharmacy Sen- 
ate (2,3,4,5), NCPA President (5). 
HEATON, FREDERICK CHRISTIAN: 
BHll, A'J>\, \KA,MRC(1), Monogram 
Club (3,4), Orientation Counselor (4) 
Budget Comm. (3), Track (1 ,2,3,4). 
HEDMON, KENT SHELDON: AKK., Hon 
or System Comm. (3), Men's Honor 
Court (2,3,4), MRC (4), Toronto E«- 
chonge Comm. (3), UP (2,3), Moreheod 
Scholar. 

HEILEBUSH, PETER LOOMIS: Wit, 
Att'y General's Staff (1,2,3), Corolino 
Conservotive Club (1), Intramural Mgr. 
(2,3), Campus Affairs Comm. (2,3), 
YRC (3,4), Moreheod Scholar, 
HELMS, JOHN BENJAMIN: 'I'Ki. 
HEU^S, WILLIAM HAROLD: 'tiK^: 
HELVESTINE, WILLIAM ALBERT: K \. 
HENDRIX, MARTHA HAMILTON: KK, 
Campus Chest (4), GMAB (5), KKI (2, 
3,4), Orientation Counselor (4). 
HENREHA, SUSAN ADELAIDE: Vice 
President of Winston (4). 
HENSON, JAMES BAKER: K'C 
HERALD, MORTON RAYMOND "I'KS, 
IntromurolMgr. (2). 

HERNDON, MICHEAL DOAK: Aid, 
NROTC (1,2,3,4), PIFC(3,4), 
HESTER, POLYANNA: SNEA (3,4), 
YWCA (3), 

HEWin, JR., HAROLD EDWARD: SP 
(1,2), Orientotion Counselor (4). 
HICKEY, JILL BETH: IIIM', SP (3,4), 
Women's Honor Council (3). 
HICKS, CARLOS DEAN: Morrison Col 
lege Senote (3,4). 

HIGGINS, THOMAS DUPREE: ij'l A, 
Gorgon's Head, IFC (2,3,4). 
HIGHSMITH, VANCE ROSS: Men s Glee 
Club(1,2). 

HIGHT, RUTH CHRISTIAN: Xlf, Att'y 
General's Staff (3,4), SNEA (4), WRC 
(3,4). 

HILDEBRANT, JR., THOfWAS GEORGE: 
\'M1. 

HILL, KAREN RENEE: Women's Honor 
Council (2,3), Orientation Counselor 
(2). 

HILL, LAURA LOUISE: Winston Secre 
lory (4), Orientation Counselor (4), 
WAA (4). 

HILL, SUSAN BROWN: Mclver Presi 
dent (4), WRC (3,4), YWCA (3,4). 
HILLARD , JOHN RAINS: Ki, Intro 
mural Mgr. (3), NROTC (1 ,2,3,4), Scab- 
bard and Blade, UP (1,2,3,4). 

HINES, LENORA IRENE: Angel Flight 
(3,4), Cosmopoliton Club (3,4), Orien- 
tation Counselor (4), YWCA (3,4). 

HINNANT, DAN BERNARD: A<t>n, 
Yodely Yoclc (2). 

HINNANT, JR., JESSE RAY: YDC (2) 
HINSON, LYNDA JERALDINE: Com 
munications Comm. (3), YWCA (3), Uni 
versify Chorus (1), 

HOBGOOD, ROBERT HAYWOOD: Att'y 
Generol's Staff (2,4), Baseboll (1), 
King College Senate (4). 
HOBSON, III, HENRY WISE: X*, Fenc- 
ing (2,3), UP (1,2,3,4) 
HOCKFIELD, EDWARD JAY: I K'I>, 
Campus Affairs Comm. (1,2), State Af- 
foifs Comm. (3,4), Student Legisloture 
(2),SP(1,2,3,4),YDA(1,2). 



HODGES, ANDREW FULLERTON: X* 

SP (1,2,3,4), 

HODGES, CANDACE: KA, Carolina 

Women's Council (3,4), Orientotion 

Comm. (3,4), Wolfe College Senate 

(3), Notional Merit Scholarship Comm. 

(4), UP (3), Women's Honor Council 

(3,4), WRC (3,4). 

HODGEN, JON DARRYL: \KA iJ.BK 

'I'Hl, YMCA (2,3). 

HOFFMAN, JR , MILO JOHNSON: 

Wrestling (1). 

HOLDEN, HOLLIA WARD: iJ>BK 

HOLDERNESS, RICHARD THURSTON: 

AKE, 'Mli, IFC (2,3), Men's Honor 

Council (2,3), Monogram Club (3,4), 

Tennis (1,2,3,4), 

HOLLAN, JR., WILLIAM EDWIN: AKK 

Campus Chest (1,2,3), Corolino Sym'- 

posium (2,4), IFC (3,4), Track (1 ), YMCA 

(2,3), Moreheod Scholar. 

HOLLOWAY, ALGIN NAPOLEON: 

NAACP(3,4). 

HOLSAPPLE,MERRin CURTIS: SP(3,4). 
HOOKS, FLOYD AUN: AFROTC (1,2, 
3,4), Arnold Air Society, Scabbard 
and Blade. 

HORN, WILUAM BAKER: X*!!, Ori- 
entation Comm. (3,4), University Glee- 
men (1 ,2), Wrestling (3,4). 
HORNADAY, JUDITH ANN: <t)\l, 
Comm on Student Mental Health (3) 
SP(3,4) 

HOUGH, SARAH CECELIA: AAA Ori- 
entation Comm, (4), SP (3,4). 
HOUSER, CHRISTINE CARPENTER: 

KK, Granville. Eost Vice-President (4) 
NCPA. 

HOUIS, LARRY KENNETH: Pharmacy 

Senate (3,4). 

HOWARD, JULIA BAniE: AAA 

HOWE, SAMUEL LINEBERGER \K'J' 

PIFC(3,4) 

HOWELL-, III, BISCO REDMOND ^4>E 

AFROTC (1,2,3,4), Campus Chest (3 4)' 

Cordboard(4). 

HUDSON, JR., FRANK PARKER; *HS, 

Corolino Symposium (4), MRC (3,4), 

Order of the Grail, Residence College 

Comm. (4), Morrison College Governor 

(4), Society of Jonus, SP (3,4), Course 

Evaluation Bklt. (4). 

HUDSON, WILUAM JERRY; Bosketboll 

(2), Morrison College Senate (2), James 

College Senate (4), SP (3). 

HUFF, REBECCA SHARRON: \HA, 

Stray Greeks (3,4), 

HUGHES, BRUCE BRYAN; \KA,<I)BK, 

<Mli 

HUGHES, JOHN SCHLEY; *! A, I BE, 

Gorgon's Head Lodge, Order of Beon- 

birds, 

HUGHES, PATRICIA ELLIS; UNC Press 

Club (4). 

HUGHES, WILUAM THOMAS: iit>K 

HUNDLEY, MARTHA SUE; Carolina 

Symposium (4), Fine Arts Festival (3). 

HURST, RICHARD STEVEN; Bond (1 ). 

HURST, TOMMI JANE: Cosmopolitan 

Club (3), Winston Treosurer (4), Sec- 

retariot(3) 

HUSSMAN, WALTER EDWARD: AKK, 

Caro/.no Hondboolc (1,2), Corolrno 

Quorlerly,' Doily Tor Heel (3), Budget 

Comm (2), UP (1,2,3,4). 

HUTTON, GEORGE THOMPSON 
'I'BK, ■I'lil, I IM', Orientotion Coun. 
selor (4), Order of the Old Well 

HUX, CUnON McRAE: IIK*, Intro- 

murnlMgr (3), UP (2,3,4). 

HYDER, JR , LECTER LLOYD: Trock (1, 

2,3,4). 

HYMAN, STANLEY AARON: ZBT. 



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INDERFURTH, KARL FREDERICK: lU-II I, 

Football (1), Lacrosse (1.2,3,4), Mono- 
grom Club (3,4), Fellowship of Chris- 
lion Athletes (3,4), 

INSCOE, JR , JACK ELWOOO: \<l'n, 
UP (2). 

IRVING, RICHARD EDWARD: Men's 
Honor Council (3), Morrison College 
Senote (3), SNEA (4), Orientation Coun- 
selor (4). 

JACKSON, JOSEPH ANDREW: ,i4>A, 
Karate Club (1). 

JACKSON, WILMA ANN: Residence 
College Comm, (3), Morehead College 
Senate (3), WRC (3), 
JAMES, ANNE WYUE: 1" \ A, GM Dra 
mo Committee (1), 

JAMIESON, ANN GRIMSIEY: Kl, 
Campus Chest (1,2,3,4), Elections 
Board (3), Order of the Old Well, Ori 
entation Comm, (2,3), Women's Honor 
Council (2,3), WRC (2), yockel/ rocic (3), 
JAY, DONALD LESLIE: MRC (3), Orien 
totion Comm. (3), Davie College Senate 
(3), AFROTC (1,2,3,4). 
JENKINS, LARRY WILLIAM: <t>\l \ 
JENNINGS, MARGARET ANN: More 
head College Senate (4), Secretariat 
(3,4), University Chorus (3), 
JENNINGS, MICHEAl DEAN: A^l , Ori 
entotion Comm. (2), YMCA (2,3). 
JENREHE, JR., THOMAS SHEPARD: 
Honor System Comm. (2), Men's Glee 
Club (I), Scott College Senate (2), 
Carolina Choir (3,4), 
JENZANO, CAROL ANN: Cardboard 
(4), Nev«man Club (3,4). 
JOHNSON, DONALD PIHMAN: ATI!, 
Class President (3,4), Order of the Old 
Well, CUSC (2), State Affairs Comm. 
(4), UP(1,2,3,4). 

JOHNSON, KATHLEEM MARIE: KA, 
Panhellenic Council (4), WAA (3,4). 
JOHNSON, KAY EMILY: KE, Angel 
Flight(t,2), NCPA. 

JOHNSON, RICHARD WILLIAM: Intra 
muralMgr. (3), Tennis(1,2). 
JOHNSON, SARAH VOORHEES: KKI 
JOHNSTON, DOUGLAS ALAN: Orien 
totion Comm. (4), Stote Affairs Comm. 
(3,4). 

JOHNSTON, JAMES SIDNEY: Card 
board (3,4), Cross Country (1), Track 
(1), Soccer (1,2,3, 4). 
JOHNSTON, JR., RICHARD BLAINE: 
Xi|>, Att'y Generol's Sloff (3), More- 
head Scholar. 

JOLLIFFE, III, THOMAS POWELL: 'MA. 
JONES, ELMER WAYNE: University 
Chorus(1,2,3). 

JONES, GORDON KEMPTON: \il'!l, 
Scott College Senote (3,4). 
JONES, GEORGE PHILLIPS: 1\, Cam 
pus Chest (2). 

JONES, MICHEAL CHARLES: \RA. 
JONES, NATALIE: *M, WAA (1 ,2), Ori 
entation Counselor (2,3,4). 
JONES, ROBERT BARROW: A") , Co 
Op Committee (3), 

JONES, ROBERT MICHEAL: IIK\, UP 
(2,4). 

JONES, STEPHEN GAGE: Campus 
Chest (4), Residence College Comm. 
(3,4), Editor -Moreheod Newspaper 
(4). 

JONES, SYLVIA NORRIS: NAACP (4), 
YWCA(3,4). 

JORDAN, JR , JOSEPH THOMAS: 
I1K\, UP(1,2,3,4). 

KABAT, LEE SPENCER: /Kl , Campus 
Chest (1), IFC(2), SP (3,4). 
KARRES, MAHHEW JAMES: SP (4), 
Semper Fidelis (4). 

KARRO, MARSHALL HERMAN: ZM I , 
Campus Chest (1,4), Debate Teom (1, 



2), IFC (3,4), SP (3,4), Zl! i' President 
(3,4). 

KAHENBURG, PHILIP CLARK: \\ \, 
Campus Chest (3), Communications 
Comm. (3), Orientolion Counselor (2, 
3,4). 

KAUCHER, MARGARETE SUSON: KF. 
KAUFMAN, JR., GUS BEARD: /HI, 
GM Drama Comm. (4), SP (3,4). 
KEARNEY, MARCIA JOYCE: Carolina 
Women's Council (3,4), Orientation 
Counselor (4), Scott College Senate 
(3,4), 

KEATON, MARK HAIZLIP: <l'Hk, * \H, 
National Merit Scholarship Comm. (1, 
2,3,4). 

KEEL, DONALD STEPHEN; X*. 
KEEN, ELEANOR LIGHTNER: Xl!, 
Granville East President (3), Women's 
Honor Council (4). 

KELEHER, MEGAN MARTHA: XO, 
Corolino Women's Council (3), Elec- 
tions Board (1,2), Outing Club (2), GM 
Drama Comm. (4), SNEA (4), 
KELLER, JOHN ESTEN: Fencing (2,3,4) 
KELLOGG, JOHN THOMAS: 't'\IA, Di 
Phi Senate (4), NROTC (1 ,2,3,4). 
KELLY, MICHEAl WAYNE: Scott Col 
lege Senate (2), WUNC (I). 
KELSEY, HOWARD DOW: i \F., La 
crosse(1,2), Ru9by(4), 
KEMIC, STEPHEN BRUCE: Debate 
Team (1,2,3), 

KENAN, III, JAMES GRAHAM: AKK, 
Lacrosse (1,2,3,4), Monogram Club (3, 
4). 

KENNEDY, BEVERLY ALYNE: -I'M, NSA 
(3,4). 

KENT, DEDE W.: Carolina Women's 
Council (1), GM Music Comm. (3), Uni- 
versity Symphonyd, 2,3,4), Orientation 
Counselor (3), 
KETTERBAUGH, THEODORA SUSAN: 

xn. 

KIEL, DAVID HARRIS: /K I , 4iHk, 
'J>Hi, Amphoterothen (2,3), Carolina 
Politicol Union (2,3,4), Debate Team 
(1,2), NSA (2,3), Order of Golden 
Fleece, Order of the Grail, Student 
Legislature (3,4), Wrestling (1), YDC 
(3,4), Presidential Assistant (4), More- 
head Scholar. 
KING, ALVIN DARRELL: it'M \, Intro 

murolMgr, (2), 

KING, JAMES ROY: \K>C, Campus Ra 
dioComm.(2), PIFC(3,4). 
KING, MARY JO: KA 
KING, PAUL FREDERICK: Carolina Fo 
rum (2), Corolino Conservative Club 
(1,2,4), Corolino Political Union (4), 
YAF (1,2,3,4), YRC (1,2,3,4). 
KING, III, WALTER WINBURNE: AkK, 
Elections Board (2,3), Men's Honor 
Council (2,3,4), Order of the Groil, 
Order of the Old Well, Trock (1,2,3), 
Morehead Scholor. 

KINLAW, ALTON EMORY: NCPA (3,4, 
5), Karate Club (5), Outing Club (4). 
KIRKLAND, GINI SUE: IIIM', Campus 
Chest (3), 

KLEIN, RICHARD ARTHUR: Cardboard 
(3), Carolina Symposium (4), Orienta- 
tion Comm. (2), YDC (1,2,3,4), Hilell 
(1,2,3,4), 

KLEINMAIER, ALAN ROBERT: Mil, 
Class Treasurer (1), Orientation Coun- 
selor (2), Residence College Comm. (1, 
2), Wrestling (1), Morehead Scholar. 
KUOZE, SOLOMON SAMUEL: ZB I, 
\Xi., 'I'lli, Carolina Forum (2), IFC 
(4), Campus Affairs Comm, (2,3,4), 
UP(1,2,3,4). 

KLUHE, WILLIAM CLARENCE: Akl„ 
Campus Chest (1,2,3), Elections Board 
(1,2), Gimghoul, UP(1,2,3,4). 



KNEOUK, SHEILA ANN: Angel Flight 

(1,2,3,4). 

KNIGHT, CHARLES FRANKLIN: \'M1 

KNIGHT, HENRY CLAYTON: kl, IFC 

(3,4), Orientation Comm (2), UP (4), 

KNOTT, JUUA O'BRIEN: Angel Flight 
(2,3,4), Orientation Comm (3), SNA 
(1,2,3). 

KNOn, JR., LAWRENCE HARDING: 
Moreheod College Senate (3). 
KOCH, III, JOHN HENRY: <\'\\1, Foot- 
ball (1), 

KOONTS, LARRY CLIFFORD: Wolf e Col 
lege Senate (3), MRC (2,3). 
KROBOTH, TIMOTHY RAY: k>l', I'X, 
President (4), NCPA (2,3,4,5), 
KROPELNICKI, JR , STEVEN: Arnold 
Air Society (2,3,4), Cross Country (2), 
MRC (3), Scott College Senate (3), 
Track (1,2), WUNC (2), AFROTC (1,2, 
3,4), 

KULP, JR., ROBERT WESLEY: l!(-)II, 
Golf (1,2,4), UP(1, 2,3,4). 
KUTZKE, RUTH MARIE: Z I \, Stray 
Greeks (3,4), University Chorus (3). 
KYSER, KIMBERLY ANN: Carolina Sym 
posium (2,4), Christian Science Pro- 
grom (2,3,4). 

LoBARRE, DAVID QUINTON: II \<1', 
Att'y General's Stoff (1,2,3,4), Attor- 
ney General (4), GMAB (2), IFC (3,4), 
Co-Op Committee (2), 
LACKEY, LAWRENCE EVANS: tl'lli, 
HI'i. 

LAMBETH, EUZABETH BROWNING: 
kA, YWCA(3,4). 

LAMBRECHT, DAVID JOHN: X't', Ori 
entation Comm. (2). 
LAMM, AVEREHE MITCHELL: <M A. 
LAMP, WILUAM CURTIS: Outing Club 
(1,2,3,4), Westminster Fellowship (1,2, 
3,4), 

LANCASTER, LANNY ROSS: NROTC 
(1,2,3,4). 

LANE, MARY ELLEN: <1'M, Fine Arts 
Festival (3), Student Legislature (3,4), 
YDC (3), YWCA (2,3,4), Course Evalua- 
tion Bklt. (4), BIdgs. and Grounds 
Comm. (3,4). 

LANGSTON, ETHEL OLIVIA: Morrison 
College Senate (3), SNA (1,2,3). 
LASHLEY, ANN ROBERTA: kA, Com 
pus Chest (3), NSA (3), SP (3,4), Orien- 
totion Counselor (4), Residence Col- 
lege Comm. (3), Secretary of the Stu- 
dent Body (4). 

LAUNT, SHERRY CLARK: Morehead 
College Senate (2), WAA (2,3). 
LAWRENCE, JR., JOHN ELMORE: 
\KA, Ruffin Secretary (2), Men's Hon- 
or Council (2,3,4), MRC (2,3), King 
College Senate (2,3), Constitutional 
Council (3), Orientotion Counselor (3, 
4). 

LEACH, JR., NORMAN EDWARD: 
<tAI \, Bond (1,2,3,4), Carolina Ploy- 
makers' (2,3), University Symphony (1, 
2,3,4). 

LEACH, ROBBIE ANN: IIIM', Senior 
Class Social Chairman, YWCA (3,4). 
LEAGUE, HUGH MICHEAL: GMAB (2, 
3), Scott College Lt. Governor, Resi- 
dence College Comm. (2), Campus Af- 
fairs Comm. (3), University Gleemen (1, 
2), YacUly Yaclt (2), GM Film Comm. 
(1,2,3). 

LEAK, III, JAMES ALEXANDER: YDC 
(1,2,3,4). 

LEE, WILUAM THOMAS: Carolina Con 
servative Club (1), league President 
(3), Scott College Senate (2,3), 
LEINSTER, WILLIAM L.: NROTC (1,2,3, 
4), Scabbard and Blade (4), 
LEIPPE, RICHARD ALBERT: Golf (1), 
UP(1). 



LEONARD, CHARLES DAVID: Parker 
President (4), Scott College Secretory 
(3), Scott College Senate (2), Orienta- 
tion Counselor (3,4). 
LEONARD, CHARLES NOLAN: Bose- 
ball(3,4). 

LEVI, DAVID SPURGEON: Bond (1), 
YMCA (3,4). 

LEVINE, LESTER JAY: Cardboard (3,4), 
College Newspaper Editor (2), 
LEVin, LIBBIE RAE: Scott College Sec 
retory (4), 

LEWIS, CHARLES CARSON: MM', 
Bond (2,3,4), 

LEWIS, JAMES LARRY: Stacy President 
(4), 

LEWIS, LORENZO: AY, 'iJBk, 'Mil, 
\EA, Cardboard (2), Int'l Students 
Board (4), Order of the Grail, Order of 
the Old Well, Not'l Merit Scholorship 
Comm, (1,2), Morehead Scholar. 
LEWIS, SHARON IRENE: kA, NSA (3, 
4), Orientation Comm. (3,4), Academic 
Affairs Comm. (4), Supreme Court (4), 
Valkyries, Women's Residence Coun- 
cil (3)- 

LEWIS, WILLIAM JENNINGS: 'I'lk, 
XXl.'Mll. 

UGHT, ARTHUR HEATH: NROTC (1,2, 
3,4), Wrestling (1,2). 
ULES, LEWIS OUVER: Residence Col 
lege Comm. (2), Scott College Senate 
(4), Communications Comm, (2), YDC 
(D- 

LINKER, JR., THURMAN SINCLAIR: 
Caro/maHandfaoot(3), NROTC (1). 
LIPSCOMB, II, THOMAS WALKER: Car 
olina Conservative Club (1), UP (4), 
YAF (4), YRC (1,4). 

LIPSON, PETER SCHUYLER: Saint An- 
thony Hall, Coro//no Quorterly (1,2), 
YMCA (1,2,3), 

LIHLE, III, FRED EUGENE: Carolina 
Conservotive Club (3), UP (3), YRC (4). 
LiniE, JAMES FOWLER: AFROTC (3,4), 
Arnold Air Society. 

LITTLE, ROBERT MARCUS: \X1, Fenc- 
ing (1). 

LITTLE, ROBERT WINFIEID: B0ri, 
\F,A. 

UVINGTON, JR., PAUL HANNA: X'C, 
Honor System Comm. (3), SP (3,4), 
LOCKMAN, III, CHARLES RAMSEY: 
Orientotion Counselor (4). 
LOFTIN, ANN BARROW: Whitehead 
Treasurer (4), Voclefy Yocl. (2,3). 
LOGUE, ROBERT BRUCE: 1\K, Com 
pus Chest (1), Gorgon's Head Lodge, 
Mutton ond Shoots, Order of the Beon- 
birds, I BF, Germans Club (2,3,4), 
LONG, III, ARTHUR STANLEY: <l>ki, 
Morehead College Senate (3). 
LONG, ROBERT DELANEY: i'l'F, MRC 
(2). 

LONG, WILLIAM EVEREH: A") , 'Mil, 
Class President (2), Order of the Old 
Well, Orientotion Comm. (2,3,4), Chair- 
man (4), Student Legislature (1,2), SP 
(1,2,3,4), YDC (1,2), YMCA (2), SSL (3), 
Moreheod Scholar. 

LOUGEE, UNDA MERLE: SNEA (4), 
YWCA (3,4). 

LOVE, THOMAS AVERY: Morrison Col- 
lege Senate (3), MRC (3), Intramural 
Mgr. (3)- 

LOWRY, JOHN ROBERT: All I, YRC 
(1), 

LYNCH, JR., CHARLES EDWARD: 
'I'AH, Golf (4), UP (1,2,3,4). 
LYNCH, MYRA GAIL: kA, Campus 
Chest (3,4), GMAB (3), Nat'l Merit 
Scholorship Comm. (4), Orientation 
Counselor (3). 

LYNCH, UNDA CANDACE: 'I'M, KF, 
Campus Chest (3), Carolina Symposium 
(3), Orientation Counselor (2,4). 



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LYNN, FELMA RUTH: KE, NCPA (4.5) 
LYONS, STEPHEN PATRICK; NROTC 
(1,2,3,4). 

MacGREGOR, MALCOLM B : NROTC 
(1,2), Wrestling (1), 

MADDOX, STEVEN EVERETT: Carolina 
Symposium (4), MRC (3), Croige Col- 
lege Senate (3), WUNCTV (3,4) 

MAERZ, MARGARET LEE: Angel Flight 
(3,4), Cosmopolitan Club (1,2), Mor- 
rison College Senate (2,3,4), 
MAIONE, JOHN EDGAR: MRC (4), 
NCPA (3,4,5). 

MANNING, JR-, JOHN THOMAS: 
<l>ili.. 

MARKATOS, JERRY LEONIDAS: Car 
olina Playmokers(4). 
MARKHAM, DIANNE GALLIMORE: An 
gel Flight (1,2,3, 4). 

MARLAND, MARY ANNE: K \H, Atly 
General's SlaK (4). 
MARQUETTE, DANIEL JOSEPH: Ki 
MARQUEZ, ERNEST B.: <)' \H, Secy 
Treasurer of Morrison Iredell (2). 
MARTIN, EVELYN RAGLAND: iAA, 
Campus Chest (3), Panhellenic Coun- 
cil (3,4). 

MARTIN, JAMES EARLLE: iN, Daily 
Tar Heel (3,4), IFC (2), Germons Club 
(3,4), Orientation Counselor (2). 

MARTIN, SANDRA ROGERS: SSL (2) 

MARTIN, JR., TILDEN SILAS: Baseball 

(I), Intramurol Mgr. (3), Monogram 

Club (3,4), Rugby (3,4). 

MASON, CHARLOnE ANNE: WRC (3) 

MASON, FRANCES WINIFRED: K \(-), 

University Chorus (3). 

MASSEY, ZILPHIA LOU: KA, State Af 

fairsComm. (4). 

MASSEY, WILUAM PRESTON: Caro 

lino Playmakers(1,2,3,4). 

MAUDLIN, RODNEY BARTON: Kill], 

Lacrosse (1), UNC Year at Lyon (3). 

MAYS, DAVID CARL: \KA, Alexander 

Sec'y-Treosurer (3), MRC (2,3), Ori 

entotion Counselor (4). 

McBRIDE, RICKIE EDVI/IN: Morehead 

College Senate (1,2), YMCA(1,2,3). 

McCAIN, JR., GROVER CLINTON \'t' 

McCALL, JR , ALFRED CLARENCE 

Cross Country (1,2,3,4), Monogrom 

Club (3), Track (1,2). 

McCANLESS, MARY ROUECHE: KA, 

Panhellenic Council (3), Nat'l Merit 

Scholarship Comm. (2,3), Yocket, Yocl. 

(2,3), Orientation Counselor (2). 

McCARROLL, STEVEN MORT: AKK, 

Co-Op Committee (3)- 

McCLELLAN, JAMES DANIEL: Stacy 

Vice-President (4), NAACP(3,4). 

McCORMICK, III, WILUAM H; i.K, 

Fine Arts Festival (3), YMCA (3,4). 

McCOHER, JOHN MUSE: AKK, Cam 

pusChest(1,2). 

McCOY, JAMES RHEA: Cardboard (2, 

3,4), Intramural Mgr. (4). 

McCULLOUGH, JOHN ADAMS: Saint 

Anthony Hall. 

McCULLOUGH, SHARON ANN: Resi 

dence College Comm. (3,4), Scott Col 

lege Senate (3,4), GM Publicity Comm. 

(3), 

McDANIEL, WILLIAM MIMS: Carolina 

Playmakers (2,3,4), Carolina Polilicol 

Union (3,4), Fencing (3,4), Football (1), 

Men's Honor Council (2). 

McDonald, jr., morris irwin: 

AkK, Compus Chest (2,3), Carolina 
Symposium (4), Elections Board (2). 
McDonald, nancy McKEEL: Angel 
Flight (3,4), SNA (1,2). 

McDonald, paul wayne: afrotc 

(1,2,3,4), Arnold Air Society (3,4), 



Cardboard (2), Orientation Comm. (4), 
Scabbard and Blade. 
McDonald, SHARYN LYNN: Fine Arts 
Festival (3). 

McDonald, susannE: Kki, Pan 

hellenic Council (3,4), UP (3,4) WWA 
(3.4). 

McDOUGALD, JOHN GOODMAN: 

i.i|'K. 

McFADDEN, DAVID DARRAH: <tKi, 

'I'BK (Co-President), <J' U-l, Att'y Gen- 
eral's Staff (2,3,4), King College Gov- 
ernor (3), MRC (3,4), Order of the Old 
V/ell, Residence College Comm. (3,4), 
Society of Janus, Comm. on Honors (3), 
State Affoirs Comm. (1,2), NSA (3), 
Track (1 ), Toronto Exchange Comm. (3), 
Morehead Scholar. 

McGEE, MICHEAL HENRY: Daily Tar 
Heel(l,2,4), YDC(1,4) 
McGUNN, LOUISE STEUART: Newman 
Club(l,2,4), SNA(1,2). 
McGRATH, MALCOLM ERNEST: 'MA, 
Carolina Symposium (3), YMCA (3,4). 
MclVER, JUDITH RUSSELL KKI , Fine 
Arts Festival (3), SNEA (4), WAA (3,4) 

McKEITHAN, TIMOTHY SHEPARD: 
'I'Ki, \I.A, Campus Chest (3), Com- 
pus Affairs Comm. (3), Student Legis 
lature (3), UP (1,2,3), 't'Ki. President 
(4) 

McKEOWN, JR., DOUGLAS O'NEAL: 
Elections Board (2,3), Student Mental 
Heolth Comm. (3), Student Legislature 
(3,4). 

McLAMB, KATHRYN BRADLEY: \AII, 
Campus Chest (2), Orientation Comm. 
(3), SNEA (4). 

McLEAN, CAMERON LEE: Fine Arts 
Festival (3), SNEA (4). 
McLEAN, JR , HORACE BRADFORD: 
BHI I, YMCA (1,2,3), Orientation Coun- 
selor (2,3)- 

McLEAN, MARY LAUREN: Granville 
Eost Sec'y (4), Fine Arts Festival (3), 
Granville College Sec'y (4), SNEA (4). 
McLEOD, PRISCILLA JANE: KA, NSA 
(3), WAA (3), Women's Honor Council 
(3,4). 

McMANUS, RONALD NEY: K'l'U, 
NROTC (1 ,2,3,4), Scabbard and Blade. 
McPHAIL, MARTHA ELAINE: 'I'M, Cam 
pus Chest (3), Panhellenic Council (4), 
WAA (3,4), SP (3,4). 
McPHAUL, DONALD MARTIN: B(-III, 
'I'BK, 'I'lll. \F,A, Men's Residence 
Council (2), Order of the Old Well, 
Publications Board (3,4), Chairman (4), 
Budget Comm. (3), Student Legisloture 
(2), SL Finance Comm. (2), UP (1 ,2,3,4), 
Treasurer of the Student Body (3). 
McCRORIE, CHARLES WINSTON: YDC 
(1,2,3,4), 

McVICKER, SARA JANE: Morrison Col- 
lege Senate (3,4), Communications 
Comm. (3). 

MEADE, JR , FOREST CHAURCEY: 7A'. 
MEARES, CLAUDE FRANCIS: \\S. 
MEBANE, PAUUNE ECKERT: \AII, 
Int'l Students Board (1). 
MEEKS, ROBERT MICHEAL: AFROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Craige House President (3), 
Intramural Mgr. (2,3), Orientation 
Counselor (3), Craige College Senate 
(3). 

MEES, WILLIAM N.: A^ , Bl 1, Cam 
pus Chest (3), MRC (1,2), YDC (1.2) 
MERCER, JR , GEORGE RILEY: /M' 
MERRin, NANCY EUZABETH: \AII, 
Class Social Chairman (3), Order of 
theBeanbirds. 

MEWBORN, JUDITH ANN MOORE: 
I W. 

MILAM, SHERILYN LEA: KKI , SNEA 
(4), YWCA (4). 



MILLOUS, JUDITH ANNE: Carolina 
Playmakers(l, 2,3,4) 
MILLER, JACK DANIEL: AFROTC (1,2, 
3,4), Arnold Air Society. 
MILLER, JO ELLEN: Angel Flight (3,4). 
MILLER, O. BREH: AAA, Panhellenic 
Council (4). 

MILLER, RICHARD JACKSON: 'MA, 
Att'y General's Staff (1,2,3,4), IFC (3, 
4), Student Legislature (2,3), Swimming 
(1,2,3,4), UP (1,2,3,4), Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes ( 1 ,2). 
MILLER, RONALD WAYNE: 'I'lA, 
't' \l-l. Elections Board (3), Fine Arts 
Festival (3), Honor System Comm. (2), 
IFC (3,4), Order of the Old Well (3,4), 
Swimming (1,2,3,4), UP (1,2,3,4), Fel- 
lowship of Christian Athletes (1 ,2). 
MILLER, WILLIAM PROPST: \M', it>BK, 
'I'lli. Att'y Generals Staff (1), Caro- 
lina Political Union (3,4), Men's Honor 
Court (1 ,2,3,4), Chairman (4), NSA (2), 
Order of the Golden Fleece, Order of 
the Groil, SP (2,3,4), Morehead Schol- 

MILLIKAN, JR., JAMES BOREN: WUNC 
(1,2), YDCd). 

MILUKIN, ROBERT JOHN: Morrison 
Daniels President (3), WUNC (4). 
MILLS, STEVEN ROBERT: /HI, \EA, 
SP(3) 

MIMS, JR., BILLY BURNS: Band (1,2. 
3.4). University Symphony (1,2,3), Lu- 
theran Student Assn. (1,2,3,4), 
MITCHELL, EDGAR KNOX: Men's Glee 
Club (3.4). YMCA (3) 
MITCHELL, ROBERT HENRY: Orienta 
lion Counselor (4). 

MITCHELL, VERNON LEE: >I'\I \. Men's 
Glee Club (4). University Gleemen (1. 
2.3). 

MITCHELL, JR., WILLIAM MORRIS: 
Monogram Club (2,3), Orientation 
Comm. (4), Track (1,2,3), Bf-lll, \KA, 
'Mil. 

MIXON, JR., HERMAN: Men's Glee 
Club (1,2), NAACP (1,2,3,4), YDC (1). 
MOISTER, PETER CORBIN: AKK, Car 

ol.na Handfaool. (2), Carol. no Ouar- 
lerly (2), Doily Tor Heel (4), Locrosse 
(1,2,3.4). Monogram Club (2,3,4), Or- 
der of the Beonbirds. 
MONDS, ALVAH PRICE: \K'I', PIFC 
(4). 

MONRO, JEREMY THOMAS: Di Phi 
Senate(1,2,3,4). 

MOORE, BETTY CLARKE: 'I'M, Cam 
pus Chest (3). 

MOORE, CAMILLA DANIEL: AAA, Hon 
or System Comm. (3), Orientation 
Comm. (4). SNEA (4) 
MOORE, CAROL CHAPMAN: Corolma 
Quarterly (3). YDC (3) 
MOORE, JR , GEORGE WILLIAM: 
't>Hl,l'\ 

MOORE, RICHARD ALAN: NROTC (1. 
2,3,4) 

MOORE, ROGER ALSTON: BHII 
MOORE, JR., WILLIAM WORSHAM: 
NROTC (1 ,2,3,4), Davie College Senote 
(3), Scabbard ond Blade, Semper Fi- 
delis. 

MOORING, JR , ROBERT F : Secy Treo- 
surer of Morrison Bahnson (3). 
de la MORANDIERE, ANNE JAMES: 
KKI , Campus Chest (3,4), WRC (3). 

MORGAN, CHARLES RUSSELL: 'I'Kl, 
I B'l', Avery President (2), MRC (2), 
Scott College Senate (2), Campus Af 
fairs Comm. (3). Student Legislature 
(2). SP (2). Track (1). Soccer (I). Orien 
tation Counselor (3). Westminster Fel- 
lowship (1 .2). 

MORGAN, JR , ROBERT KNIGHT: YRC 
(1,4). 



MORRIS, DAVID S.: 'MA. IFC (3.4). 
NROTC (3,4). 

MORROW, DAVID GLEN: All I, Intro 
mural Mgr. (4). 

MORROW, THOMAS ARCHBEIL: 
AFROTC (1,2). 

MORT, KARA ELIZABETH: K M), Caro- 
lina Women's Council (3,4), NSA (3,4). 
MOSELEY, RICHARD PAUL: OMA, 
NROTC (1,2,3,4). 

MOZINGO, MARGARET ANNE: <t>M, 
WRC (4). 

MUELLER, STEVEN JAY: Cosmopolitan 
Club (3,4), ISC Director (4), Fine Arts 
Festivol (3), Int'l Students Board (2,3). 
MUMAU, THAD EUGENE: 1A\, Doi/y 
Tor Heel (2), Intromural Mgr. (2), UNC 
Press Club (4). 

MUNDRY, CARL BRADLEY: \ I !!, Ori- 
entotioo Comm (4). SP (1 .2.3.4) 
MUNDEN. MIRIAM ELSIE: Nurses Dorm 
Secretary (4). SNA (3.4) 
MURCHISON. JOHN LAWRENCE: Car 
olino Conservotive Club (1,2), YRC (I, 
2,3,4), UNC Press Club (2,3,4), lAX 
(3.4). 

MURRAY. JR. CHARLES FORREST: 
■t'HK. 

MURRAY, PHILIP IGNATIUS: Att'y Gen 
eral'sStoff (1,2,3), 8and(1). 
MUSSELWHITE, NANCY ADAMS: KK„ 
i'\. NCPA (2.3.4). 

MYER, CHARLES RANDOLPH: A'l , 
Bl \, Att'y General's Stoff (3,4), IFC 
(2,3,4), President (4), Order of the 
Golden Fleece, Order of the Grail, Or- 
der of the Old Well, SP (2,3.4). YMCA 
(1.2.3,4), Soccer(l) 

MYERS, CHARLOHE REBECCA: KK, 
Campus Chest (2,3), Fine Arts Festival 
(3), Orientation Counselor (4), SP (3,4), 
KKI. 

MYERS, MARTHA EUZABETH: KKI , 
Secretariat (4), SNEA (4). 
NANCE, JACK HUNTER: \'t>!!, 
Teague Vice-President, Residence Col- 
lege Comm. (3.4) 

NEAL. JOHN McDONALD: Coro/mo 
Hondbool (3). Intramurol Mgr. (4). 
NEELY, JR , JOHN CURRY: \t', 
NROTC (1,2,3,4), Orientation Comm. 
(2), Compus Affoirs Comm (2). 
NEELY, ROBERT YOUNT: \'l'. Class 
Vice President (2). SP (2.3.4) 
NELMS. WILLIAM HAROLD: <1'K1 
NELSON. DAVIS WHITMAN: \'l'. 
Band (I). Orientation Counselor (4). 
NEMETH. JOHN WILUAM: A'l . Intro 
mural Mgr. (3). NROTC (1 .2.3.4). 
NEWSOME. JULIA ANNEHE: K \(-l. 
Carolina Women's Council (3). 
NEWTON. JAMES BYRON: \'l'. A'l' \. 
NICHOLS, TERRY W.: Baptist Student 
Union (3.4). 

NICHOLS. TIMOTHY HOWARD: Bap 
tist Student Union (1.2.3.4) 

NICHOLSON. IVAN WAYNE: Football 
(1). Orientation Comm (4). Compus Ro- 



NIELSEN. JENNIFER C : A/. Co 



oMno 



Plo 



s(4) 



NIVEN. DAVID BRADLEY Ilk \. Base 

boll (1.2). UP (3. 4) 

NOLSTAD, MARGARET CAMILLA: 

Band (1,2,3.4). University Symphony 

(1.2.3.4) 

NORDAN, GARY LEIGH \'l'!!, MRC 

(1,2), Ehringhaus College Senate (2,3), 

YDC (1,2,3,4) 

NORFLEET. DOROTHY EDWARDS: \!1 

NORTH, FLORENCE ELLIS: \ All, Att'y 

General's Staff (3,4), Campus Chest 

(3,4), Scott College Senate (3). 



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NORWOOD, NANCY CATHERINE: 

University Chorus (1,2). 
NYE, GLENN CARIYIE: K \, Eleclions 
Board (2), University Chorus (1 ), 
OAKIEY, WILLIAM MEIVIN: Men's 
Glee Club (1,2), Orientation Comm. (3), 
University Gleemen (2), YDC (3), NCPA 
(3,4). 

O'BRIANT, III, SAMUEL EDWARD: 
AFROTC (1,2,3,4). 

ODOM, SANDRA LYNN: <1>\1, Ponhel 
lenic Council (4), SNEA (3,4). 
OFFILL, DAVID MALCOLM: Carolina 
Playniakers(3,4). 

OGBURN, JAMES HOBBS: Band (1,2, 
3,4), Class Treasurer (2), Daily Tor Heel 
(3), Morrison Cannon President (2), 
MRC (2), Elections Board (3,4). 
OLDHAM, BEHY MARIE: iC") I , Angel 
Flight (1,2,3,4). 
O'NEAL, JUDY: \AII 
O'NEAL, JUDY: AAIl, Campos Chest 
(3,4), GMAB (4), Orientation Comm 
(4). 

ORR, MARY JUNE: Att'y General's 
Staff (3), Dorly Tar Heel (4), WRC (3, 
4), UNC Press Club (3,4). 
ORR, ROBERT FLYNN: K \, Cross Coun 
try (1), Dor/y Tor Heel (2,3), Order of 
the Old Well, Student Athletic Coun- 
cil (3,4), President (3,4), Track (1). 

OSBORNE, COLIN PORTER: l!l-)ll, Stu 
dent Legislature (2,3), Swimming (1,2, 
3), Campus Affairs Comm. (3,4). 
OTIS, WILLIAM GRAHAM: <l>liK, 
<t>,\(-), Carolina Conservative Club (2), 
Dolly Jar Heel (2), YRC (1,2,3,4). 
OVERLOCK, WILLARD JOSEPH: AKI„ 
Lacrosse (1). 

OWENS, LAURA BINGHAM: IIB>I>, 
Att'y General's Staff (3,4), Student 
Stress Comm. (4). 

PALANTZAS, BILLIE W.: AAA, IHK, 
Order of the Beanbirds. 
PALISOUL, ALAN ARTHUR: i.\, Caro 
lino Forum (3,4), NROTC (1,2,3,4), UP 
(1,2,3,4). 

PALMER, HOLLIS VESTAL: Orientation 
Counselor (2). 

PAMPLIN, ROBERT BOYD: NROTC (1, 
2,3), YRC (1,2,3,4). 

PARHAM, KENNON CARTER: \!l, 
Ponhellenic Council (4), YWCA (2). 
PARKER, FRANCIS MARION: il' \H, 
Fine Arts Festival (3), MRC (1 ,2), Orien. 
tation Counselor (2), Morehead 
Scholar. 

PARKER, JULIA DEBORAH: Daily Tor 
Heel (3,4), UNC Press Club (3,4). 
PARROn, PATRICIA KNOH: AAA 
PARTEE, LINDA FRANCES: Carolina 
Women's Council (4), Mental Health 
Comm. (3). 

PARTIN, LOIS KAY: l(-ll , SNA (3,4). 
PASCHAL, DONALD HERLEY: Ai II 
PAHERSON, scon GROVE: IIHII, 
Att'y General's Staff (1,2,3), Mono- 
grom Club (2), Orieritation Comm. (2, 
3), Student Legislature (2,3), SP (2,3). 
PAnON, JR., CARROLL CURTIS: iA\, 
Old West President (3), Davie College 
Senate (2), UNC Press Club (3,4). 
PEARSON, REBECCA SUE: Majorette 
(1,3). 

PEDDYCORD, JUNE RICHARDSON: 
KK. 

PEIGRIFT, KATHRYN CLINTON: XO, 
Carolina Political Union, Model UN (4). 
PELL, RONALD CALVIN: Intramural 
Mgr. (4), College life (3,4). 
PERDUE, JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN: 
k\W, Fine Arts Festival (3), Orienta- 
tion Comm. (4), University Symphony 
(3,4). 



PERDUE, SAMMY NORRIS: AFROTC 

(1,2,3,4). 

PEREZ -VERDIA-RIVERO, EDUARDO: 

Cosmopolitan Club (3,4), Tennis (3,4). 
PERKINS, SANDRA EUZABETH: KKI , 
Campus Chest (3). 

PERRY, MELISSA CAROLINE: KA, Att'y 
General's Staff (2), NSA (2), Orien- 
tation Comm. (4), WAA (2,3,4), WRC 
(2,3). 

PERRY, RICHARD THOMAS: K \, Mono 
gram Club (3), Track (1,2,3,4). 
PETERS, CAROL ANNE: KA, GM Pub 
licity ond Music Comms. (3,4), YWCA 
(4). 

PETERSON, VICTOR SCOn:<l'Ki:, In 
lramuralMgr.(2), Lacrosse (1 ,2), Mono- 
gram Club (2). 

PETTEWAY, JR., ERNEST NORWOOD: 
■I'BK.'I'lll. 

PHARR, III, SCOn YORKE: \\i, 
Monogram Club (1,2,3,4), Track (1,2, 
3), Cross Country (1 ,2,3), Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes (2). 
PHELPS, NICKY BYRNES: Mangum 
Treasurer (3) 

PHIFER, MELVIN BUFORD: NAACP (4) 
PHILLIPS, JR., STERLING EUGENE: 
B(-)ll, Att'y General's Staff (2), Caro 
lina Symposium (2,3), IFC (2,3,4), Ori- 
entation Comm. (2,4), SSL (2,3) 

PHIlPOn, BEHY JO: YDC (3,4), Ori 



on Co 



r(4). 






PIETERSZ, RAY PHIUP: Co 

Club(l), Tennis (2). 
PIKE, III, JOSEPH WILUAM: K>l' 
PINYOUN, ROY RALPH: M, Campus 
Chest (3,4), University Party (3,4). 
PIHARD, ROBERT EARL: Band (2), 
Morrison Cannon President (2), In- 
tramural Mgr. (2), MRC (2,3). 
PITTMAN, MARSHALL DEAN: Student 
Legislature (2), UP (1,2,3,4). 
POER, DAVID HENRY: i \K 
POPE, JR., C. H.: 'I'Ki. 
POPE, TONY LEHN: i.'1'i:. Cardboard 
(4), IFC (2,3). 

POPLIN, R08ER KEITH: Ai.ll 
POnER, FRANCES DAVIS: \AII,Cam 
pus Chest (3,4), Orientation Comm. (4). 
POnER, RICHARD CLIFFORD: A^ , 
Cosmopolitan Club (3), Int'l Students 
Board (2), Student Mental Health 
Comm. (3), Wrestling (1), AFROTC (1, 
2,3,4). 

POU, EUZABETH lYNNE: Att'y Gen 
eral's Staff (4), Granville College Sen 
ale (3). 

PRASSE, EDWARD PHILIP: AFROTC (1, 
2,3,4), Arnold Air Society (3,4). 
PRICE, MARION DUDLEY: Band (1), 
Track (1), SSL (2). 

PRIESTER, FREDERICK CORNELL: AKK, 
Lacrosse (1,2), MRC (1), Monogram 
Club (3,4), Wrestling (1,2,3,4). 
PROVO, DONNA SHERRON: WAA (4), 
University Chorus (1). 
PUGH, ELIZABETH REDDING: 1 H<1>, 
SP(1), SNA(I,2). 

PUKAL, LOUIS ANTHONY: Footbafi 
(1 ,2,3,4), Monogram Club (2,3,4). 
PURDY, WILLIAM RICHARD: <I'AH, 
Class President (1), CUSC (2,3), NSA 
(3,4), Order of the Grail, Order of the 
Old Well, Campus Radio Comm. (1), 
Student Legislature (1,2,3), Supreme 
Court (4), UP (1,2,3,4), Morehead 
Scholar. 

QUICK, JOHN CRAIG: 1\, Football 
Mgr. (1 ,2,3,4). Monogram Club (3,4). 
QUILLIAN, EUGENIA: AAA, SNEA (4), 
YWCA (4). 

RAINEY, MARTHA ELLEN: NSA (4), 
Orientation Counselor (4), State Af- 



fairs Comm. (3), Student Legislature 

(4), SP (3,4), Toronto Exchange Comm. 

(3,4), WRC (4). 

RAINEY, PETRIE MORRISON: W \, 

't>HK, *Hi, Ai4'\, Wrestling (1), MRC 

(2,3,4). 

RAKER, DON CROSSLEY: Outing Club 

(1,2). 

RAMSEY, CLAUDIA KAY: AAA 

RANDALL, SANDRA SIMPSON: Orien 

tation Comm. (2), NCPA (3,4). 

RANKIN, HAYWOOD FORNEY: Craige 

College Senote (3), Morehead Scholar. 

RARER, LAURA JACQUELINE: Alder 

man Vice-President (3), ScoH College 

Senate (3,4), WRC (3), Orientation 

Counselor (3). 

RARER, WILUAM CRANFORD: Vlli, 

Track(l), UP(1,2,3,4). 

RAY, LINDA JANE: Campus Chest (3, 
4), YRC (2,3,4). 

READ, JR., ROBERT PRENTICE: \>l'. 
Campus Affairs Comm. (2), SP (1,2,3,4), 
Soccer (1). 

REAVIS, PAUL RICHARD: Cardboard 
(3,4), YDC (3,4). 

REEL, WILUAM RILEY: Men's Glee 
Club (3,4). WUNCrV (2,3,4). 
REEVES, DAVID CROSBY: Mi) 
REIO, SANDRA ALESE: \ii,GMAB(3) 
REIFSNIDER, DONNA LEE: Carolina 
Symposium (4), Do./y Tar Hee/ (3,4), 
Morrison College Senate (3), Co-Op 
Comm. (3), Women's Honor Council (3), 
UNC Press Club (4). 

RENFRO, JOHANA DEE: University 
Chorus (3). 

RHODEN, CHARLES WILLIAM: KH', 
YMCA (2,3,4), Pharmacy Senate (2,3, 
4,5). 

RHYNE, JR., JOSEPH MUNDY: Parker 
Secretary (4), AFROTC (1). 
RHYNE, RICHARD BRYANT: k \, UP 
(1,2,3,4). 

RICE, ELIZABETH ANN: Int'l Students 
Board (1), Secretariat (1,2), UP(1,2,4). 
RICE, JEANNE WALDMAN: YDC (3) 
RICE, JR., J SIDNEY: YRC (3) 
RICHARDSON, LANCE BRADLEY: Ki., 
UP(1,2,3,4), Golf (1,2,4). 
RtCHTER, JR , LAWRENCE EDWARD: 
Ki., Att'y General's Staff (2), Baseball 
(I), Cardboard (1), Intramural Mgr. 
(2), Order of the Old Well, Communi- 
cotions Comm. (1), Student Legislature 
(2,3,4), University Gleemen (1), UP 
(1,2,3,4), Kl President (3), Germans 
Club(3). 

RIDER, RICHARD JAMES: Men's Honor 
Council (3,4). 

RIERSON, GWENDOLYN FAY: Aca 
demic Affairs Comm. (2), UNC Press 
Club (3,4). 

RIGGLES, LYNN DIANE: 'I'M, Secre 
tariat (3,4), Women's Honor Council 
(3,4). 

RIGGS, DAVID LEE: ATO, Ehringhaus 
College Senate (3), Football (1,2,3,4), 
Order of the Grail, Monogram Club 
(2,3,4). 

RIKER, III, PHIUP: AKH;, CUSC (2), 
Monogram Club (2,3,4), Swimming (1, 
2,3,4), UP (1,2, 3,4), Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes (1,2). 

RITCHIE, PATTY JANE: Orientation 
Counselor (4). 

RITCHIE, SARA CELIA: East Cobb 
Treasurer (3). 

ROACH, CAROL FRENCH: Campus 
Chest (3,4), WRC (3,4). 
ROACH, TIMOTHY FLYNN: Intramural 
Mgr (2). 

ROADMAN, LARRY SCOH: [lk<l', IFC 
(2), Lacrosse (1,2,3,4), Monogram Club 



(3,4), Soccer (1), Cheerleader (2,3,4), 
Orientation Counselor (3,4), Ilkil' 
President (3). 

ROBB, ELIZABETH WALKER: AAA, 
IHK, Class Social Chairman (2), Order 
of the Beanbirds, UP (2,3,4). 
ROBBINS, EDWARD DENMORE: Lewis 
President (4), Morehead College Sen- 
ate (3,4). 

ROBERTS, LEONARD THOMAS: NROTC 
(1,2,3,4). 

ROBERTSON, JR., FRANCIS DILLON: 
Elections Board (2), Scott College Sec 
retary(3). 

ROBERTSON, JANE LEWIS: kkl , Int'l 
Students Board (4), Orientation Comm. 
(4), Toronto Exchange Comm. (3,4). 

ROBINSON, ESTA SILVEY: Women's 
Honor Council (3), Westminster Fel- 
lowship (1). 

ROBINSON, KATHRYN ELIZABETH: 
Carolina Women's Council (2), SP (2, 
3), Orientation Counselor (2). 
ROBINSON, ROLAND JOSEPH: 'I'ki., 
UP (2,3,4). 

RODGERS, RICHARD TELFAIR: i.\, UP 
(3,4). 

ROGERS, RANDALL DURHAM: Tennis 
(l),Track(l). 

ROGERS, WILLIAM LEE: Alii, 'I'llK, 
'I'lli, HI i., Scott College Senate (2), 
Campus Affairs Comm. (2,3), YDC (1 ,2). 

ROGERS, WILLIAM OUN: NROTC (1,2, 

3.4). 

ROLUNS, PAUL CRISP: UP (1), YRC 

(4), Orientation Counselor (3). 

ROOT, VIRGINIA NEAL: XAll, Int'l 

Students Board (3), Orientation Coun. 

selor (4), GM Social Comm. (4), YWCA 

(4). 

ROSE, SHARON LEE: NSA (3), Order 

of the Old Well, Residence College 

Comm. (4), Student Athletic Council (2), 

Student Legislature (1,2), SNEA (4), 

SP (1,2,3,4), Toronto Exchange Comm. 

(2,3), Women's Honor Council (2,3), 

WRC (3,4), Orientation Counselor (2). 

ROSS, ELLEN EUZABETH: IIK'I>, Cam- 
pus Chest (3), YWCA (3,4). 
ROUGHTON, WILLIAM PAYNE: Avery 
Vice President (2). 

ROUNTREE, MARY HINTON: AAA, 
I BK, Att'y General's Staff (4), Order 
of the Beanbirds, Ponhellenic Council 
(3,4). 

ROUSE, JERRY RANDOLPH: Bl i, Sto 
cy President (3), Morehead College 
Senate (3), MRC (3), Vocltety Yock (2, 
3,4), Business Manager (4), Orienta- 
tion Counselor (2,3,4). 

ROWE, BEHY MAHHEWS: kK. 
ROWE, JR., JOSEPH MILTON: <t>AX. 
ROYSTER, BOBBY DEAN: WUNC, 
WUNC-TV (1,2,3,4), UNC Aquaholics 
(3,4). 

SAENGER, GEORGE WALTER: (1>A(-), 
Morehead Scholor. 

SALMONY, LAWRENCE D.: 1\, IFC 
(2), Student Legislature (2), SL Finance 
Comm. (2). 

SALVATI, RONALD CHARLES: ki, Soc 
cer(l), UP (2,3,4). 

SAMPSON, CHERRY LEE: Communica- 
tions Comm. (3). 

SANDUN, MARTHA ELLEN: YDC (4), 
YWCA (4). 

SAUDER, JOHN LARRY: Rugby (3,4), 
Soccer(l), UP(1, 2,3,4). 

SAUNDERS, NANCY JEAN: 'I'M, Sec- 
retariat (3,4), SP (3,4), Orientation 
Counselor (4). 

SAWYER, JR., HAROLD MURRAY: X'l', 
Carolina Conservative Club (1,2), Ori- 
entation Counselor (2,3). 



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SAWYER, JANET ELIZABETH: Campus 
Cheil (2,3,4), Carolina Symposium (2), 
Corolino Women's Council (3), White 
head President (4), GMAB (4), NSA (3), 
Order of the Old Well, Orientation 
Counselor (3,4), Acodemic Affairs 
Comm. (3,4), UP (1.2,3.4), University 
Chorus (1,2,3,4). 

SAWYER, JR., lOGAN EVEREH: .^KK, 
<J)Hi;, Att-y Generals Staff (1,2,3), 
Baseball (1,2,3,4), Mens Honor Coun- 
cil (2), Monogram Club (2,3,4), Orien- 
tation Counselor (3,4), Student Legis- 
lature (3.4), UP (1,2,3,4), Moreheod 
Scholar. 

SAWYER, NANCY CAROLE; Angel 
Flight (3,4). 

SAXON, JR., HUGH HOLUDAY: Com 
pus Chest (4), Carolina Symposium (2), 
Orientotion Comm. (2,3), Publications 
Board (3,4), Dovie College Senate (2), 
Budget Comm. (3,4), YDC (3,4), Trea- 
surer of the Student Body (4) 
SCHENCK, SANDRA MOORE: AA.^ 
SCHILLER, MARY SUZANNE: SNEA 
(4), UP (2,3,4). 

SCHMIDT, MARILYN KAY: KA, Ori 
entotion Comm. (4), Secretariat (4). 
SCHRADER, SHIRLEY ANN: Carolina 
Women's Council (3.4). 
SCHWARTZ. BARRY HOWARD; 't'Hi. 
Cardboard (4). Corolino Symposium 
(2,4), Di-Phi Senate (1,2), Communi- 
cations Comm. (3), YDC (3). 
SCOTT, CHARLES EUGENE; 't>\l \, 
President(4), AFROTC (1.2,3,4), Arnold 
Air Society (2.3.4). Band (1.2.3). Scab- 
bard and Blade. 

scon. GARY CLIFFORD; (t'lli. Bond 
(1.2). Men's Glee Club (1.2.3.4.5). 
YRC(3). 

scon. CHARON SUE; SNEA (4). Bop 
fist Student Union (1.2.3.4). 
SCRIPTURE. SUSAN JANE: KKI . Pan 
hellenic Council (3.4), UP (3,4), Orien- 
lotion Counselor (4), KKI President 
(4). 

SCURRY, WILUAM COOPER; AiFI, 
Cardboard (1). 

SEAWELL, CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE; 
I*E, Orientation Comm. (4), YMCA 
0.2). 

SEAWELL, STEPHEN GROVER; Student 
Legislature (3), SP (3), University Glee 
men (3,4). 

SHACKELFORD, LAUREL LEE; UNC 
Journal.sl (4), UNC Press Club (3,4). 
SHADE. ROAERT JAMES; Di Phi Sen 
ate. NROTC (1.2,3.4). 

SHEAR. MORRIS; IIMK 
SHEPARD. JEAN PHILLIPS; KA. SNEA 
(4). WAA (4). 

SHREVE. BRANDON WICKUFFE: Audit 
Board (3.4). IFC (3.4). Order of the 
Gray Cop. Student legislature (3,4), 
UP (1.2.3.4). K \ President (2.3). Soc 
cer(l). 

SIDES. RICHARD LEE; Mens Glee Club 
(2,3,4). 

SIEBENSCHUH, FREDERICK ROYAL; 
<l'i.K. 

SILER. BARRY LEE; Manly President 
(4). King College Senote (3). 
SILVER. JR., CHARLES HINTON; 1\, 
Class Treasurer (4), IFC (3), NROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Scobbord and Blade, Sem- 
per Fidelis. 

SIIVERSTEIN, ERIC HOWARD; IK'l', 
Intramural Mgr. (4), Tennis(l). 
SIMMONS, ERNEST JORDAN: Morri 
son Lt. Governor (2), State Affairs 
Comm, (1,2,3,4), YDC (1,2,3,4), More 
head Scholar, 

SIMONS, SUZANNE: \!!, Carolina 
Women's Council (3,4), Residence 
College Comm. (3). 



SIMPSON, JOEL STEWART: Cosmo 
polilan Club (1,2), Fencing (2). NSA 
(1,2), UNC Year at Lyon (3). 
SIMPSON, LARRY MORGAN: '1>M \. 
Bond (1,2.3.4). 

SIMPSON, ROSEMARY LOUISE; Coro 
lino Symposium (2.4). YDC (4), YWCA 
(1.2.3.4). 

SKINNER, JR , HENRY MORRILL; 
MRC (1,2,3), Residence College Comm, 
(3). Croige College Governor (3). 
Croige College Senate (2). Student 
Legislature (2). Residence College 
Comm, (3), Orientation Counselor (2), 

SKINNER, III. JOHN HARRISON: 

Swimming (1,2,3.4), 

SLAUGHTER, KATHERINE MARIE: 

IH 1. Morrison College Senate (2.3). 

SLAWTER. UNDA; UNC Press Club 

(3,4). 

SLOAN. VIRGINIA DALE; KKI .Orien 

lotion Comm. (4). State Affoirs Comm. 

(3.4). Communications Comm. (3). 

Women's Honor Court (3.4). 

SLOOP. CHARLES PHILLIP; AFROTC 

(1,2). 

SMITH. ALAN KENT; \\ \. An'y Gen 

erol's Staff (2.3.4), Semper Fidelis (4). 

SMITH, ALAN VERNON; Teogue 

Secretary (3). 

SMITH, CAROL ANN; KKI , Fine Arts 

Festival (3), Orientation Comm, (4), 

Student Legislature (3), UP (3,4), 

SMITH, EDITH CAROL: SNEA (3,4). 
SMITH, EDWIN DOUGLAS. Wi. 
I H<l'. Bond (1.2), 

SMITH, LILONA MASSEY; Do.ly Tor 
Heel (4), YWCA (3), 

SMITH, LINDA ANN; UNC Press Club 
(3,4), 

SMITH, PATRICIA ANN; i(-l I 
SMITH, SANDRA KAYE; Nationol 
Merit Scholarship Comm. (3), State 
Affairs Comm. (3,4), Orientation 
Counselor (4). 

SNIDER, BARBARA ANN; KKI , Fine 
Arts Festival (3), Secretariat (4). 
SPALDING, JACK J.; AKK, 't'Hi, 
Carolina Symposium (2), Toronto Ex- 
change Comm (4) 

SPARGER. JERRY RICHARD: NROTC 
(1.2.3,4). 

SPARKMAN. LAMAR JEAN: DIM' 
Campos Chest (3.4), Ponhellenic 
Council (3.4). 

SPARROW. CONSTANCE NORRIS; 
YRC(3.4), 

SPAULDING. III. CHARLES CUNTON; 
Cosmopoliton Club (4). NAACP(4). 

SPENCER. JAMES RICHARD: Carolina 
Ploymakers (1.2,3.4). Fine Arts Festi- 
val (3). 

SPENCER, JEAN FRANCES; An'y 
General's Staff (3), Granville East 
Vice President (4), Orientation Coun- 
selor (4), 

SPIILER, SUSAN MOSELEY; \A[I, 
GMAB (4), Ponhellenic Council (3), 
Class Social Chairmon (3), 

SPILLMAN, RAY ALBERT: 'M'.K. Att'y 

Generals Staff (2,3,4), 

SPRUILL, BILLIE LOUISE; Angel Flight 

(3,4), 

SPRY, JR , WILLIAM DENNIE; 'I'AH, 

Tennis(l). UP(1.2,3,4), 

STAINBACK, ROBERT GILL; Di-Phi 

Senote (1), YDC (1,2), 

STALLINGS, ERNEST WAYNE: I l!'l>, 

YRC(3.4), 

stalungs, jr , lindsey coleman: 
a:^ii, pifc (3,4), 

STALLINGS, LYNN CANADY: KK, 

WAA (3). 



STAMPS, LYHLETON L.; i.A\, Daily 

for Heel (2,3,4), Managing Editor 

(4), UNC Press Club (2,3,4), SSL (3), 

STANCIIL, JOHN WAYNE; l'\. NCPA 

(4.5), 

STANCILL, CAROL DIANE; Zr\. East 

Cobb Treasurer (3). Stroy Greeks, 

STANLEY, RANDALL LAWRENCE; 

I H'l', MRC(2), YRC(4) 

STARUNG, SAMPSON A.; Mil, GM 



Affa 



(3), UP (1,2, 



aICo 



(4), 



STARNES. JERRY SMITH; \'1>. I IM> 
STEIN, CAROL ANN: Att'y Generals 
Staff (3,4), 

STEINBRECHER, ALAN KING; \H', 
Carolina Symposium (4), NROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Scobbord ond Blade, Sv»im- 
ming(l). 

STEPHENSON, LARRY WAYNE: 'I'M \, 
Band (2,3,4). WUNC-TV (4)- 
STEWART, SAMUEL E-; Lacrosse, 
Monogram Club (3,4). 
STEWART, SARAH JANE: KA, NSA 
(3), YWCA (3,4), Wesley Foundation 
(4). 

STINSON, JR., HAROLD C: YRC (4) 
STOKES, JOHN H.; Fine Arts Festival 
(3), WUNC(2,3). 

STONE, JIMMY DALE; YRC (4). YMCA 
(3.4). 

STONE. JR. RAYMOND HARVEY: 
Baseball (1.2.3.4). Football (4). Mono- 
grom Club (3.4), Soccer (1 ,2.3). 
STOUT, JOHN EDWARD; \'h, Att'y 
Generols Staff (3.4). UP (1.2,3,4). 
STOWE, SHARON IRENE; KA 
STRAGAND, WILLIAM EDWARD: Ar 
nold Air Society, AFROTC (1,2.3.4), 
STRANGE. JR. AUBREY EDWIN: 
'I'M \.MRC(2) 

STRAWBRIDGE. JOHN LARRY: Mor 
rison Harris President (3). Men's Glee 
Club (1.2.3,4) MRC (3), Morrison Col- 
lege Senate (3). AFROTC (1 .2,3.4), 
STRICKER. LYNNE MARGARET: K \(-> 
STRICKLAND. JOHN CONNELL: \>l', 
Carolina Conservative Club (4). Int'l 
Students Board (4). Monogram Club 
(3). Order of the Old Well. Student 
Legislature (3.4). UP (1.2.3.4). YRC 
(3.4), 

STRICKLAND. MAHHEW THEODORE: 
\<t'!!. 

STUART. PHIUP DAVID: I'.l i. 
SULECKI. RICHARD MRC (2.3). NSA 
(1). Orientation Counselor (4). Mor 
rison College Senote (3), 
SWAIM. JERRY DALE; Men's Glee 
Club (3.4), 

SWENSON, BRUCE MERRIH: AKK. 
Monogram Club (2.3.4). Tennis 
(1.2.3.4), 

TANNER. JAMES M.; 'I'l A. NROTC 
(2.3,4), Orientation Counselor (2) 
TATE, III, JOHN CLYDE; Alll 
TATE, WILLIAM CUMMINGS Uni 
versityGleemen(l,2) 
TAYLOR. CAROLYN SPILLMAN; i.H 1. 
Morrison College Senote (2,3) 
TAYLOR. EDWARD EARL: Ail I, 1 H'l' 



TAYLOR. ROBERT VERNON: Bond (1. 

2), MRC (2,3.4), Society of Janus 

TAYLOR. THOMAS GEORGE: K>l' 

TEAGUE. CHARLES WILUAM; 'I'AI), 

Fencing(l,2,3,4) 

TEAGUE, GEORGE MAJOR \IU, 

'1>\(-1. IFC (3.4), Mutton and Shoots. 

Order of the Old Well, Orientotion 

Counselor (2,4). Campus Affairs Comm 

(2), 

TENNILLE. GEORGE WOOTEN: \M!. 

Basketball (1). Intramural Mgr, (3.4). 



3.4), 

THOMPSON. JR.. CARL FRANKLIN; 

'I'BK. 'Mli A<t> \. Carolina Ploymak- 
ers (3), Fenci'ng (2.3.4). 
THOMPSON. II. CHARLES EVEREH: 
1\, Elections Board (2) 
THOMPSON. LINDA FAYE; Physical 
TheropyClub(3.4) 

THOMPSON. MacROBERT SHEPARD; 
i \K. IFC (1.2.3). SP (1.2,3.4), 
THOMPSON. JR , PAUL WILLIAM; 
Bond (2.3.4), 

THOMPSON. SANDRA JANE; KA. 
Fine Arts Festival (3). Orientation Coun- 
selor (4). SNEA (3,4). YWCA (3), 
THOMPSON. THOMAS COOLIDGE; 
YAF (1.2.3.4). YRC (2.3,4), 
THORNE. ROBERT EARL: Old Eost 
Vice-President (4). SNEA (2,3.4). YMCA 
(4), 

THRIFT. ASHLEY ORMAND; Carolina 
Handbook (3.4). Editor (4), Stacy Presi- 
dent (3). Elections Board (4), Intramural 
Mgr. (2). Men's Honor Court (2,3.4). 
Order of the Old Well. Orientation 
Comm, (2.3.4). Moreheod College Sen- 
ote (3). Society of Jonus. Campus Af- 
fairsComm (4). Soccer (1,2). 
THURLOW. JANE SHARON; nii<l>. 
Att'y General's Staff (3). Fine Arts 
Festival (3), WAA (2.3.4). 
TICE. KATHRYN McLEAN; KKI . Fine 
ArtsFestivol(3). WYCA(3), 
TIENKEN, VICKIE LEROY; Carolina 
Women's Council (4). Campus Affairs 
Comm, (3.4), 

TILLEV. JR . THOMAS GRAY; 'I'AH. 
Orientation Counselor (2) 
TILLOTSON. JAMES EDWIN; W:^ 
TIMMONS. MICHEAL LINN; Jomes 
Floor President (4), 

TOMS. JR . FRANCIS ROGERS: A"! . 
(Mli.+BK, 

TOOMEY. ROBERT CREIGHTON; AKK. 
Soccer (1). UP (1.2.3.4). Moreheod 
Scholar. 

TOY. BRUCE LOWE: AFROTC (1.2.3.4). 
Arnold Air Society, Corolino Hond- 
booM2). 

TRAGESER, MARY LYNNE; Ml, Ori- 
entation Counselor (4), Women's Hon- 
or Court (4). 

TRASK, RICHARD T B : K \, IFC (2), 
Orderof the Gray Cup 
TRAVIS, WILLIAM BEALE; K \, Bos 
ketboll (1), Class Vice President (3,4), 
Order of the Old Well, Orientotion 
Comm, (2,3,4), Student Athletic Coun- 
cil (3), Trock (1 ), 

TRIPLEn, HAROLD DEAN: Alderman 
Vice President (4) 

TROn, WILLIAM MocNIDER: 'I'Af-), 
'I'lll, Campus Chest(l), Corolino Sym- 
posium (4), Doily for Heel (3), Intra- 
mural Mgr, (4), Monogrom Club (2,3, 
4), Tennis (1,2,3,4), UP (1,2,3.4), More- 
head Scholar 

TRUSLOW, GINNY JO; KA 
TUCKER, BONNIE ELAINE; SNEA (3, 
■t) 

TURBEVILIE, JAMES LESTER: AFROTC 
(1,2,3,4), Morrison Harris Vice Presi 
dent (2) 

TURNER, JOHN LESLIE: \ I U. Campus 
Affoirs Comm (2,3), SSL (3) 
TUTTLE. EDGAR WITHERSPOON: 
11 Ml, 
ULLMANN. PAULA ELLIOn: \AII.Orl 



on Co 



r(4). 



UPCHURCH. JR . MALCOU^ THUR- 
STON: \ rU. Gorgon's Head Lodge. 
IFC (3), Order of the Beonbirds 
URQUHART. III. RICHARD ALEXAN- 
DER; 'I'Ki. 'I'Hi. 'I'ltK. HI i. More- 



508 Yackely Yack 



head College Treasurer (2), Budget 
Comm, (3), Comrrrunicalions Comm (4), 
WreslMng (1.2,3,4), YDC (1,2,3.4), 
UTERMOHLEN, MARK WILLIAM: 
WUNC(l). 

VANCE, JOE: il'kl. IFC (3,4). UP (2.3). 
VANCE, VICTOR STUART: />!' 
VAN DORSTEN, SUSAN CARR: AAA. 
Orientation Counselor (4). Ponhelienic 
Council(3). YWCA(3). 
VAN WAGENEN, FRED: \'l' 
VARN, MICHEALJAMES:'|i|li.. A't'V, 
IIMK. 'I'Hk, 

VAUGHAN, SARAH DEE: \'l'. Angel 
Flight. Fine Arts Festival (3). Stray 
Greeks 

VINCENT, CHARLES MARION: <M A. 
Orientation Comm. (3). YMCA (2.3.4). 
W/ADE, ANNE ROGERS: Cardboard 
(4). SNEA(4) 

WALKER, KENNETH LYNN: W \ 
WALKER, III, OWEN: 1 1 KM', NROTC 
(1,2.3.4) 

WALKER, JR , WORTH GALLOWAY: 
Ai.II, Football (1), 

WAIL, ANITA GRAHAM: \A1I, AHy 
Generol's Staff (3,4), Campus Chest 
(1,2), Secretariat (3), WRC (4). 
WALL, DANIEL THOMAS: MRC (1), SP 
(1). 

WALLACE, GLENN ANSLEY: Morrison 
College Senate (4). 

WALLACE, STEPHEN CURTIS: MRC (4), 
Granville College Senate (4). YDC 
(2,3). 

WALSH, STEVE MICHEAL: Track (1), 
Karate Club (3). 

WALTON, DONALD FRED: Daily Tar 
Hee/ (3,4), Business Manager (4), 
NROTC (1,2,3,4). 

WANNAMAKER, III, CHARLES 
WOODS: \ 111, YMCA (4) 
WARD, JUDITH LEE: \!!, Orientation 
Counselor (4), Ponhelienic Council (3, 
4). 

WARD, JR., LESLIE ARDEN: Alii. 
Band (1,2), UP (1,2,3,4). 
WARD, PATRICIA ANNE: UP (3,4) 
WARNER, JEFFREY MYRON: Campus 
Chest (3), Wolfe College Senate (3,4), 
YDC (2). 

WATKINS, FRANCES ELIZABETH: <I>\1, 
CM Films Comm. (4), 
WATSON, SUSAN ROSS: SNEA (4) 
WATSON, THOMAS LEE: HI 1, Cord 
board (3,4), YDC (1,2,3,4), 
WAnS, THOMAS GILL: Do.ly 7or Heel 
(4), 

WAY, BRADY COLE: Basketball (1). 
WEATHERLY, JR , JAMES HARRY: YDC 
(1,2), Westminster Fellowship (1,2.3.4), 
WEBSTER, WALTER ALLEN: Craige Col 
lege Senate (3,4), MRC (1,2,3,4), Resi- 
dence College Comm. (2.3). SP (3,4). 
WEIER, LUCY E.: Toronto Exchange 
Comm (4). UP (3.4), 

WEIR, ANN JANELLE: Carolina Choir 
(3,4), 

WELLS, RAYMOND EDWARD: \\ \ 
WERNER, ROOER DEAN: I K'l', CUSC 
(4), Da, ly Tor Heel, IFC (4), SP (3,4), 
WESSELL, III, JOHN CHARLES: iAK. 
WEST, HOWARD PEARSON: 't'HK. 
||>Hi. 



WESTBROOK, FRANK P.: Cosmopoli 
ton Club (3.4), Men's Glee Club (1,2, 
3,4), 

WESTER, JOHN ROBBINS: 'I'AH, Any 
General's Staff (1,2,3,4), Class Vice- 
President (1), Order of the Old Well, 
Orientotion Comm, (2,3), Student Leg- 
islature (1), UP (1,2,3,4), Morehead 
Scholar 

WESTERHOLM, III, HAROLD STANLEY; 
\\ \. Arnold Air Society, IFC (3,4), 
AFROTC (1,2, 3.4). Scabbard and Blade 
WESTMORELAND, DAVID GRAY: 
\\l,'l'lll, A'l'\,'l>l'iK, YDC(l). 
WESTPHAL, JOAN PAULETTE: Band 
(3.4). University Symphony (3). SSL (3). 
WHARTON, PAMELA LESLEY: Carolina 
Women's Council (3). Granville East 
President (4). WRC (3.4). UNC Press 
Club(3), 

WHARTON, ROBERT HEWIH: Wi.. 
Carolina Conservative Club (1.2), YRC 
(1.2) 

WHEELER, ROBERT CLIFFORD: Everen 
President (3), Outing Club(l), 
WHICHARD, ERNEST BRYANT; IIK'I', 
Bond (1), Morrison College Senate (2), 
Director of External Affairs (3), State 
Affairs Comm, (1,2). 
WHITAKER, DAN PRICE: \\ \, Orien- 
tation Counselor (2), SP (3,4), YRC (1 ,2. 
3,4), 

WHITE, CHARLES CRAIG: Basketball 
(1), 

WHITE, JR , CLAUDE GEORGE: \\i. 
Grimes Vice-President (3), MRC (2), 
Rugby (3,4), Wrestling (1), 
WHITE, JAMES LOGAN: Boseball(l) 
WHITE, JOSEPH BARROW: Campus 
Chest (2). MRC (2.3). Scott Lt, Governor 
(2), Scon College Senate (2) 
WHITE, ROBERT CRAWFORD: IIK<I>, 
UP (2,3,4), Orientotion Counselor (2). 
WHITE, ROBERT EDGAR: 1 IK'h 
WHITE, JR. ROBERT SHELTON: K \. 
Fencing (1,2.3.4). NROTC (1.2,3,4). 
Scabbard and Blode. Swimming (1 ), 
WHITFIELD, RICHARD ALLEN: '1>\I \, 
Band(1.2.3) 

WHITMAN, NANCY L: \AII 
WHITMORE, R TERRI; K \H, Campus 
Chest (3) 

WILEY, GEORGE BELL: \>l'. University 
Gleemen(1.2). Morehead Scholar. 
WILKERSON, RICHARD CHARLES: 
Swimming (1,2), 

WIIKINS, BARBARA ANN: K \(-), Elec- 
tions Board (2,3). Orientation Comm, 
(2). SP(3,4), 

WILKINS, JANICE WAYNE: Student 
Co-OpComm,(3). SP(3), 
WILKINS, MARY SUSAN: 'l>\I, Pan 
hellenic Council (3,4), SNEA (3,4), 
YWCA(3), 

WILKINSON, ANITA WRAY: AAA, 
Band (1.2). Class Social Chairman (1). 
Smith Vice-President (2). Order of the 
Old Well (3). Ponhelienic Council (3, 
4), Campus Affairs Comm. (2), SP (1, 
2,3,4), 

SWILLARDSON, JOHN STANLEY: 
[1K\, Baseball (2,3,4), Grimes Presi- 
dent (2), MRC (1 ), UP (1,2,3,4). 
WILLETS, III, GEORGE MARSHALL: 
K'l', Pharmacy Senate (3), 
WILUAMS, BETTY GAILE: Winston Sec 
retary (3). 



WILLIAMS, BROOKE NICHOLSON: 

AKK. Carolina Symposium (2). Doily 
Tor Heel (1.3). Int'l Students Board (1 ) 
WILUAMS, CHERYL LYNN: 'I'M, Cord 
board (3.4). GM Films Comm. (4), 
WILLIAMS, DAVID BROWN: Academic 
Affairs Comm (1.4). Wrestling (1), SP 
(1.3) 

WILLIAMS, JOE ANDERS:'I'\1 \, Mens 
Glee Club (1,2,3,4), WUNC-TV (3,4), 
AFROTC (1.2), 

WILUAMS, JUDY CATHERINE: 'I'M, 
Campus Chest (3,4), 
WILUAMS, LAURIE GRAY: \U, Any 
General's Stoff (3,4), YWCA (2,3,4). 
WILUAMS, MARGUERITE NEWTON: 
SNEA (4), 

WILUAMS, STEPHEN BRUCE: \\1, 
Graham President (2), MRC (3.4). More- 
head It, Governor (3). Society of Jonus 
WILLIAMS, SUSAN MILDRED: Univer 
sityChorus(3,4) 

WILLIAMS, III, THOMAS NOTTING- 
HAM: k \ 

WILLIAMS, WENDELL MIDDLETON: 
Band (1,2,3,4), Moreheod Lt, Cover 
nor (4), Student Athletic Council (3), 
WILSON, JUDITH CLAIRE: Nurses Dorm 
President (4). WRC (3.4), 
WILSON, III, PETER THOMAS: >l'A(-t, 
YMCA (2.3,4), 

WILSON, RICHARD PARIS: Fencing (3, 
4), UP (2,3), YRC (1,2,3,4), YAF (4), 
WILSON, JR , STEWART LEIGH: 'I'AI-I, 
Gimghoul, Order of Beonbirds (3.4). 
Germons Club (2,3.4). President (4), 
WILSON, THOMAS WAYNE: Granville 
College Senote (3). YDC (1 .4). 
WINBORNE, JOHNNY HUTCHINGS: 
YDC(I.2.3.4).SSL(2.3.4), 
WINDER, SARAH TUCKER: 1 IH'l", Com 
pus Chest (3,4), YWCA (3,4). 
WINFREY, RONALD EUGENE: Orien 
totion Comm, (4), Stole Affairs Comm, 
(4), SP(3,4), 

WINN, MARCIA MARIE: I \ \, Coro 
lino Symposium (2), 

WINSTEAD, SAMUEAL BYRD: 'I'AC-I, 
IFC (4), Tennis (1), 

WINTER, JEAN CAROLYN: \AII, KV.. 
Corolina Women's Council (3), Order 
of the Old Well, Toronto Exchange 
Comm. (3), WAA (2), Women's Honor 
Council (4,5). 

WINTON, ROBERT EMMEH: H(-lll, 
A'l> \, \KA, '1>BK, Intramurol Mgr, (4), 
Munon and Shoots, University Sym 
phonyd, 2,3,4). 

WISE, EUZABETH: \A1I, GMAB (4), 
Orientation Counselor (4), Ponhelienic 
Council (4), Campus Affairs Comm, (3), 
WOLCOTT, III, WILLIAM FRANCIS: 
A'l, Atfy General's Staff (1,2), Cross 
Country (I), Track (1). 
WOMBIE, JR., JAMES DORSEH: i'l'K, 
Compus Chest (1), IFC (3,4), 
WONSAVAGE, CAROL GREER: Coro 
lino Symposium (4), Do.ly Tor Hee/ (3, 
4), UP (4), UNC Press Club (3,4), 
WOOD, RICHARD WILLIAM: 'MA, 
Football (I), Scabbard and Blade. 
WOOD, ROBERT WILUAM: Lacrosse ( I , 
2,3,4), Monogram Club (4), Rugby (4), 
WOODARD, CLEMENT BENSON: 
\rU,Basketboll(t), 
WOODARD, JR., JOHN VERNON: 
Band (2,3), NCPA (3,4), 



WOODDY, JR., AUBREY JUDSON: 

Baseball (1), 

WOODIN, III, RAYE PALMER: llk\, 
Tennls(l), 

WOODRUFF, JR., LEON FESTUS: \ lU, 
Att'y General's Staff (1,2.3.4), Football 
(11, Order of the Old Well, Scon Col- 
lege Senate (3,4), Orientotion Coun- 
selor (4), Morehead Scholar, 
WOODS, EUNOR EUZABETH: kKI 
WOODSON, JR., PAUL BERNHARDT: 
AkK, An'y General's Staff (3). Elec 
tionsBoord(l). UP(1.2.3.4), 
WOOTEN, RACHEL HOLUSTER: AAA, 
An'y Generol's Staff (3), Orientation 
Counselor (4), 

WOOnON, LINDA LAMBETH: kKI, 
Fine Arts Festival (3), SNEA (3,4). 
WORTH, RANDOLPH LUTHER: *A0, 
IFC (2,3,4), Order of the Old Well, 
Student Legislature (2,3), UP (1,2,3,4), 
YMCA (2,3,4), Orientation Counselor 
(2), SL Judlclol Comm, (2.3), 
WORTHINGTON, DONNA LOU: Class 
Vice President (3). SNA(1.2.3). 
WRIGHT, EDITH KELLOGG: XU, Order 
of the Beonbirds, XU President (4). 
WRIGHT, III, JAMES JOSEPH: 't'AH. 
An'y General's Stoff (1,2.3). Germans 
Club (3), 

WRIGHT, JR., ROBERT THOMAS: 
•MA. Do./y Tor Heel (1). Intromurol 
Mgr, (3.4). Rugby (3.4). 
WYUE, BRUCE LYNDE: Saint Anthony 
Hall, Croige College Senate (1), Soc- 
cer (1 ), Lacrosse (1 ), 
WYRICK, MARY MEUNDA: k \(-). 
YARBROUGH, RICHARD LANE: A^ll, 
Band (1.2). 

YATES, JOHN WILLIAM: Mil, 't'lli. 
Mutton ond Shoots, College Life (3,4), 
Morehead Scholar, 

YELTON, ADONA SUE: llli'l', SPU (4), 
YWCA (4). 

YELTON, MARGARET LYNN: AAA, Fine 
Arts Festival (3), Orientation Comm. 
(4). WRC (4). 

YELVERTON, JOHN CONVERSE: X'l', 
Bosketball (1), Track (I), Cheerleader 
(2) 

YOUNG, ANTONIA CAROL; Mclver 
Treasurer (4), SNEA (2,4), 
YOUNG, BONNIE WINKLER; llli'l'. 
Order of the Beonbirds, I BK- 
YOUNG, JAMES RICHARD: \ I U, 
Men's Honor Council (1,2), State Af- 
fairs Comm, (1), UP (3,4), Morehead 
Scholar. 

YOUNG, MICHEAL SIDNEY: FIKA, 
Cordboard(3.4), 

YOUNG, NANCY GAYLE: KA, Orien 
totion Comm. (3,4), Communications 
Comm, (1 ), WRC (3,4), YWCA (3). 
YOUNG, ZAN: kkl , Ponhelienic 
Council (3), Compus Chest (3), GM 



oICo 



(4), 



YOUNGS, MARY TERESA; University 

Symphony (1,2,3), 

ZADJEIKA, GEORGE WHITE: Football 

(2.3.4). Monogrom Club (3.4), 

ZAMBELU, WILLIAM WALTER: \K'l', 

President (4). 'I'l'.k. 'I'l II, HI 1, Doily 

Tor Heel (2), Wrestling (1,2,3,4), PIFC 

(3,4). 

ZEHEL, NORMAN JOSEPH; ki, NSA 

(4). UP(1, 2.3.4). 

ZUMWALT, ELMO RUSSELL: NROTC 

(3.4), 



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Index 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Academic Affairs Comm. 

Academics 

Administration 

Administrative Affaire 

Air Force ROTC 

Alpha Delia Pi 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Alpha Kappa Psi 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Angel Flight 

Arnold Air Society 

Athletics 

Attorney General's Staff 

Avery Dorm 

Aycock Dorm 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Beauties 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Beta Theta Pi 

Budget Committee 

Campus Affairs Comm 

Campus Chest 

Corolino Handbook 
Carolina Playmakers 
Carolina Political Union 
Corolina Quarterly 
Carolina Symposium 
Carolina Talent Search 
Carolina Women's Counc 
Chapel Hill Flying Club 
Chi Omega 
Chi Phi 
Chi Psi 
Cobb Dorm 
Colleges 



Com 



i Corr 



sity 



Consolidated U 

Student Counci 

Connor Dorm 

Cosmopolitan Club 

Craige College 

Cross Country 

Cultural Affairs 

Daily Tor Heel 

Debate Team 

Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Upsiion 

Dental Hygiene 

Denistry 

Di-Phi Senate 

Educational Affairs 

Ehringh.^us College 

Elections Board 

Everett Dorm 

Executive Branch 

External Affairs 

Faculty 

Fencing 

Football 

Frank Porter Graham Awards 

Fraternities 

CM.AB. 

Gamma Beta Epsilon 

Gamma Beta Phi 



Germans Club 

Golf 

Gorgon's Head Lodge 

Graham Dorm 

Graham Memorial 

Granville College 

Granville East 

Greeks 

Grimes Dorm 

Hinton-Iames College 

Homecoming Queen 

Honoranes 

Honor System Comm. 

Interfraternity Council 

Internal Affairs 

International Student Center 

International Student 



In 
loyner 

ludicial Branch 
lucicial Affaire 
Kappa Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Delia 
Kappa Kappa Gamn 
Kappa Psi 
Kappa Sigma 
King College 
Lacrosse 



Lewis Dorm 
Little Sisters of I 
Mangum Dorm 



Mens Glee Club 



Men's Hoi 






Men 5 Residence Council 

Misfits 

Monogram Club 

Morehead College 

Morrison College 

Mullon and Shoats 

MSA, Committee 

National Menl Scholarehip Con^ 

Naval ROTC 



Nui 



5 Don 



Off-Campus 
Old East Dorm 
Old West Dorm 
Order of the Beanbirds 
Order of the Gimghoul 
Order of the Golden Fleece 
Order of the Grail 
Order of the Grey Cup 
Order of the Old Well 

Orientation Comm. 
Panhellenic Council 
Parker Dorm 



Phi Beta Kappa 
Phi Delta Chi 

Phi f>ltd Thfla 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Phi Mu 

Phi Mu Alpha 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Pi Beta Phi 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Pi Lambda Phi 

Professional Fralernilies 

Professional Schools 

Publications 

Publications Board 

Public Health 

Residence College Comm 

Rho Chi 

Ruffin Dorm 

Rugby 

St. Anthony Hall 

Scabbard and Blade 

ScotI College 

Semper Fidelis 

Senior Class Officere 
Senior Honore 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Delta Chi 
Sigma Nu 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Sigma Theta Tau 
S N E.A, 
Soccer 
Social Work 
Society of janus 
Society of Kraspoles 

Specifications 

Slacy Dorm 

Slate Affaire Comm 

Stray Greeks 

Student Athletic Council 

Student Committee on H»nors 

Student Credit Comm. 

Student Discounting Comm. 

Student Government 

Student Legislature 

Sweethearts 

Swimming 

Tau Epsilon Phi 

Tarheel Bands 

Teague Dorm 

Tennis 

Toronto Exchange Comm 

Track 

UNC Cleemen 

UN C Press Club 

Valkvries 

WUNC 



STUDENTS AND FACULTY 



Abercrombie. R< 



Idndge. lames. 
IdrLdge. Wilha 



, Icfferv. 1 






510 Yyckety Yack 



Anglin, it.. Richard, ' 
Applefield. lames, 211 









Ball! Rebdiah, ' 



Barbely. Charles. 



Ialtle.^r,^haac^221 



Jaiemore. |r , Cyrus. 



Bells Dons 







Boone. Mary. 8 


Bells' R.cllard 


■ -^8 ^ ' 


M8 


Booth ■ Brenda 
















Borden, Cynth 


Beverly. Cera 


d. 357. 388 








Z'lT 


265. 302, 


iirS:/ 










Biggerslaff. B 


bby. as. 2i 


1 


Boswell, Linds 


BifUngs. Cyntl 


h"' 85 Ti 




Bouldin, Mary 




. 492 




Boudin, Thorn 



ridge.: lohr,, I 






Aull, |o.eph. 210 

Aooun; l.me!, «' 
Auman. |ohrny, a 

Au.lin.'lll.lohn, 
A...tin; It , Perry ■ 
Au.lin; |r . Bud. 1 






AjcSei, 


Edmund 


m'221 ' 


























Aydler 


Charles. 




Aydele 








lary, 278 










a.'bci'c 


|r , Benign 


.49S 


SSr" 


k JXrd" 


320*358 


b!cI°> 


'jr^Gerg 


Tl5 


Baddo 


r' sfepben" 


'Ix 








a.dBer 


lame.. 378 








mat. |r . Hugh, 
nnelt. |ohn B . 2C 


nnelt, Randolph 


nnmga. )acQuea 


nsch, Gearge. 4« 



i-s 


rard."?^ 

hip. Belly. 


'J'oc! 


Stephen, 



s::;:fei 



Sa!.",,.: 



•uwlli; lo.''ph. : 






Yackety Yack 511 



Srown. Molly, a?, 19a 4 



flpownnlge, B^Xar" 



IZ'Z 


loseph, 368. 376 


lu.bj. 


'HS&J.'m" 


uihby 


IXTiS' ^ 



Carroll, lohn, 116, ,. 
Carroll! Ph"f^p, 492 



CoK, Lee, ^ 
cll'. Palm 
Co«e, I'.m' 



Bruce, Pal. i: 



IryanI, Emily, 87, : 
iryanl. Frank, 287 

ryani, Hesler, 221 
ryanl, |.me., 368, 
ryanl. |eoo(ng., 49 

uba, Becky. 15S 
uchan. |r . Ralph. 



Byrd. Ir . lo, 
Byrd. Luther 
Byrd. Robert 
Byrd. Roberl 



addy. Richard. 

am! Kathleen. ! 

Ike' Lyon.'lM 
aldroney. Thon 












Connelly. Char 
cSSSoliy. R'obJ 






Craven. Da 
c"™! |r° 









ilement! wYry.'* 



Camrela. K^ren. 88 
Canady. Dorothy. : 
























Cnnninghar 
Cnnninghar 
Cunntnshar 



512 Y.ickcty Yack 






n" 




IV eL 


ri, IM 




ri' 




,v 


ry. 91. 
^.11,. 2 


im 




i)fKl 








S 


ught 
ughl 

Iffhl 


y. 1'. 


ph. M4 
Richard 


"... 




iphi 














































g 


:i' 


on. |r 




g 



Div... loan, ! 
Davis, lohr* >- 
Dav,s. lohn K 



Douglas, 92, 






Eberhart, 

Donnelly, Gerald, 140 IchSmi'' Eiss'ie"' ; 

Dorchesler,°Chesler, 212 Eckard, Stephen, 1 

nonan Karen 92 155 290 Eckslem, Neale, H 

Dom.n Be.ly JM EdenI.eld, V.rg.n,. 

Dormer Roberl, 156 Edge, Wallace, 140 

Dolsel'l D'a" d, '" EdSm'on ludy ' 



Douglas, Margar, 
Dooglas, Roberl, 
Donglas, Sylvra, 

DoidyTjreia.^ 

Dnvn.ng', lohn, i 

lephen. 



Doyley 



Duncan, Farris 
Duncan, Henr; 









slon, Donald, : 
E-ngC'sS." 



Duggins, lames, 4*) Ell. ,.ti Donna 191 Faywi, Saim 



Faim, loieph, 1«1 
Feamsler, |r , Roydi 






iHJl'e'i, s'llly 20 






Ferrell, lerry 222 
FerrelL Maty, 155 



dIkuii! Ir" lamucl, 201 Eagle! Kenneth,' 142 Eudy, Eslie, 450^^ 

Dl^son Courtney, 300 Eakins. |anel,' 93, 167 Eulencuer, Freder 









Drum, Darrcll W . 210 Eisenberg, Sharyn, 191 Faulkner, Betty, 94, 222 pioyd', Stephen, ' 









;;&:£* 



Yackety Yack 513 



Cajlagher, |,n 
Gallop. Roser 



:.ngle., Ralph, i 
;m5'."Llo5d'''49 






lanna. |obn. Ui 

lannah. Robert 
fannen. Waller, 
laonesson. Hjal 






Freedland. Robert. 222. 2 



Kr,'"""''"'"r""- 



ftrvance. [ohi 
=roebet. |odrl 
-romen. Cunr 












laddeo. lohn. 
lass. ianm. 14 


















Fuller. lames, 217 
Fuller. Irfavnard. i; 
Fuller, Middleton. 3 






irm». jo! 

I. iJJin. : 



;eoghegan, Ivej 



Goldstein. Gerald. : 






Criffm, Gene 
GrJfin |r CI 
Criftin. Henry 



f.n, Philip, 97, 3 
fin, Randolph. ! 



I. 111. lame 
liUoy'd.'si 

\. I'.T.'ni. 



Gadd, Nance, le? 
Caddy. Barbara. 1 
Caddy, Gloria, 191 
Caddy. |r , ]oe. 48: 

Gaddy! )r . Thoma 

Gaines, Dianne. IS 



Gordon! Alan F , 



!on: Douglas, II 
io": jearelle,' a 



I< '. loseph li, XI 
H, |C, Dnn,ild.TTl. 2 






514 Yackety Yack 






l::ssK 



Houser. Christ 
Hou.er, Si.ph. 
Ho.e,, Lynn. : 









ohnson. Ga 
ohnson'. rr . 






I.Bdon. |r . 
^.(•h, Vm 


















1;il: USiu 






Hobbs! Sanfori 



Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 



Horn.,, jolie, 19 
hSIUS r'r'. 1 



I, losuph, I 
i Torrence 






lackson. [oseph. 1 
laekson. Marlha, 
[acksan, Palncia. 



Iffee, Frederic, 
ally. ]ohn. 141 



ay. Donald. 102, 21! 






ohn 
ohn 
ohn 
ohn 

°hl 

Ob 


i 


1 

Rv 


dM 


oh 
oh 
oh 


m" 




Jhen 




so 







ohnslon, Douglas 
obSlon: loanne,' 



ollitfe. Thor 
oily. Bruce, 
oily, lerry. 1 



ones, lames, i: 

ones! loseph. 
ones, loscpbin 
ones, ludilh. 1 
,nes. luiia. m 



Yackety Yack 515 






iessjcr. Cheryl, ] 
:ali«baugh. The 






KfontJie. |r Fr«J 
Kronenberg, |oeI, 

Jtropelmaii, Stevi 



Kuesel. {e'fl^y^'u 
Kugier. Clatencc. 



'ci7.i 



Lopp, Fred, 48 
Lorch. Terry. ; 

Love. Dou'S J 
Lovr Joseph. : 

Loveri" Connie 



Kam 


lacq 


ueline 








Kalpv 






Kane. 


Lyn 


hia. 


Kano 


KilT 


unobi 


Kapla 


n. K 


nald. 


Kane 


M 


Ilhew 








Karri 


i>in 























!:&=!„". 






Leedy. Larry, 141 

.ehol.ky. Suunn!. 
.enlonen. Harold. : 



:aulman. Cus. 
;.ufnun. lohn. 
:aufman. Srevt 









Lynch, i 






Lyndon. 
Lynn, F, 









Keilh. Preslon. 4^4 
KeilUvufi, Boonyiam. ^ 
Kelcher, Jamie, 139. 47 
KdthCT. Megan, IIU. 2 



<ilchen. lohn, 1 



-eonard. |crry Richie 



Knighl. Chat 



Langley. Char 
Langslon, Elh' 
Ungsirough, I 



Levering, Ralph. : 
Levin! Charles, » 



Connedy, Beverly : 
:™nedy. David. 10 
fernedy. |.niis. M 



Knot!. Bobby, : 

Knoll! lol",' l* 
Knoll, |r , Lawi 









latfey. CI 
n. loin. 1 



':fc,:,V 



516 Yacketv Yank 






t, Lulhim loseph. : 



(,ull,.agh lohn, 
Cull.. ml. Robeil 



McLaughlin, |r . cUrle 
McLaughlin, lohn, 218 
McLaughlin. T.molhv, 1 

MeLauIl!; Raiph'"l'«0 









nil, Slcphen, lOS 
rnll! Randolph,' : 






ai;.' 



1 Qu Ik n Lyn. 



.lillspaugh, ludy, 13 
-l.lner, Clyde. 2ZS, : 



ey. William 

well! Ir . CI: 
well, Rosen 















Yackety Yack 517 



'wkef; U nny!'22S 



Neely, Billy, 156 
Neely, Jt . |ohn C 

Neely! Sob" rl.n 



Nelson. Davi. ni. 

Ndson! lime's. 158 
Nelson, iLSpphine, 



ORburn. Kathy. : 
Ogburn. Marion. 
Ogburn, Paul. 25 



Poole, leffrc 
'oo\e. My, 


oS?'k"c" 



Qj..™, fam. Id 









lan, Boyd. 2M 



Otr. Lynn, 142. 432 



Porrtr. |o, 172, 
Porter, |oel, lu 
Purler |oseph, , 



wr?.: lud",™' 



lerjon, leHttv. ; 
lerson. \a,tpi,. : 



P.lion, |r , Roy, 49 

Patly. Sheldon. 491 
Paulsen. William. ; 

Pavloff. [ohatlfan. : 






tlolph. Angus, 
km, Edilh, isG 



Nunncnkamp, Thomas. 









Pearee. (oseph. ntt 



Ptehelelss. |„,„ph. 
Pedd'ycord. June. 11 

Pecle: Ir . larae.. 193 






Pilgnm. lohn. 202 
Pmkham. |immy. 483 

Pmno.; lohn^Ml 

Pill, loieph.Ml. 382 

Pitl. Vifgmia, 16fl 
Piltard. Pamela, 190 

Pillman. Bonny" 202 " 
Plllmar. jama, 145 

KZS R.'°m™J'" 



Pleasants, M 
PIcmmons, B 
Pless. Robert 


PInn 


■ Gootg 






.51H Yiickcly Yack 






Reynolds. Ha^nk.' 
Reynolds, iohn. 4 
Reynolds. Mary, : 

Reynolds'. Phyllis' 
Reynolds, R.chan 

Reynolds! Roger. 






Schlndelheim, Ro'; 



Shellhaas, Stephen, ; 



llnki ^",1,^: 



Sitlerson. 1. Carlyl 

l;":;:on:b?'i 



ion. Kennelh, A 
Ion! Raland.'n 



ssell, Henry, 3 



Schonbera, John, 



5s&r 



l.n, Wendy, : 
I": lodyn, 2- 



loop. Charlet 
loop. Frank. 












mghlon.wtlLi 



SalMby! E^IM 

sSmamck'joyt. 

Sander!,. Glytie. 
Sanders. Cynlhi 
sSnderj. |oe. 25 



Saunders. Drew. 






Secunda. |obn. « 
Sedelow. Sally. 7 
Seeman. John. « 
SeMel. Peler. 161 
SeKgal. las. K7 



Ihoffner. Wdliam. IS 
Ihore. Albert. 143 
ihore. Charles. 493 

:s:s;:i:taif„s 






mon. Lynn. 177 
mpkins. Cynlhia 






Yackety Yack 519 



Smith. Stephen . 



StalUngt! Susan. ; 



Stone! leny. 2M 
Stone. Iintmy. 120. 218 

Sioney. Jo.eph. 203 

Stout: |ohn C S04 » 
Stout. lohnE. 121,301 

Strand. Pamela. 121. Z 

St,au>. loieph. 310. J 
Sitawbr.dge. |ohn. 121 
Sirawbndge Robert. 1 



TayiSr cSdy'll 



Then.,. Darlene. 1 
Th^f^otiJcLdyn 
Tl.°eTdd. Hn^' i 






cl"offi: 






I. Charles 
non. Un. 






Spangle, 
Sparser. 
SparEm. 






Slyers. Thomas. 121. 226 

Style.: lack. 121. 218 
Styron. Elvm. 193 
Suberman. Chruit.ne. 486 

SutAindtan. Chirayath. 4ff 



slIleck'i.'R.ehatd.'l21. 156 



Van Hoy. Henry. 2 
Vann. |ame.. 170 

Van Wagenen. Frw 
Van Wie. Wilham. 









tier. Sally. . 
riplett. Han 



lughn. Mary-Francis. 



Sprinp. Thoma 
Spnnlle. |.n,o 
Spnnkle. Ronn 



-ho™: tJeTi: IS 

Tiomas, Myran 12< j; 



Id™ li"; 



;» Stephan.e 
IS. loSph. 2 



520 Yacketv Yark 



ren! Roberl 



Weslon. Judy, 360 
Wcslphdl, loan, 125 

Whalen', William, 1' 



Wrenn. Chip 
Wnahl. BobI 
Wrighl, Ediil 






Walker. Wayne. 1 
Walker! Worth, i 



S:;1K 



I. Alden, 21 
•'. Cynlliia,"^ 






;..la;,Si 









Yokeley, Stephen, 
Yoos, Cynlhia, 210 






Zayloun. Robert. li 

Zemaitis, Saulis, z: 
Zerden. Solomon, ' 



Yackety Yack 521 



Patrons 

The parents of the Class of 1968 salute their graduating sons and daughters: 



Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Abercrombie 

Mrs. Margaret E. Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur R. Adams 

Mrs. Walter W. Ahrens 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Aldrich 

Mrs. Clarence T. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Allen 

Mrs. Hazel H. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Allran 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Almond 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Grover M. Angell 

Mrs. M. J. Anzell, )r. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Wesley Appel 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Armour 

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Atchley 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Avery 

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baggett, Sr, 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Bame 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. Barber 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Barber 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Barket 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry F. Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Barnum 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Batten 

Mr. and Mrs. Isacc A. Battle 

Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Baucom 

Mrs. Charles R. Baugham 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baugess 

Mr. and Mr. Andrew H. Baur 

CDR. and Mrs. Maurice E. Beaulieu 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Beddow 

Judge and Mrs. John Sammons Bell 

Mr. Ernest R. Beshears 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bircher 

Mrs. M. B. Blankenship 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Edmund Blanton. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Block 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Eugene Bobo, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Bolick 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Boling 

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Boone. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Bowman 

Mr. and Mrs. Beverly H. Bradner 

Mr. Charles E. Brady 

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Braswell 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Beard 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brethen. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Bridgford 

Dr. and Mrs. Kendrick Brookreson 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brown, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Slacil E. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. "Jim" Bullard 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Burcham. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Burroughs 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Butler 

Rev. and Mrs. David O. Byler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryant Byrd. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mack D, Caldwell. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Calloway, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Carey, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Carpenter 

Mr. and Mrs. George Watts Carr. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cheers 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Childs 

Judge Edward B. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clement 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cobb 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Coble 

Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Coffield. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Coleman, Jr. 

Mrs. Flossie C. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Comer, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Graham K. Cottingham 



Mr. and Mrs. Marchant C. Cottingham 

Mr. and Mrs, Edward A. Coudriet 

Mr. and Mrs. Clewell C. Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Crayton 

Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Critche'r 

Col. and Mrs. H. A. Crosswell 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Cunningham 

Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Daniel 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Daughtry, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill T. Davenport 

Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Davis 

Mr. John L. and Dr. La Myra Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. DeLaHoussaye 

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dickens 

Mr. and Mrs. Stancil L. Dilda, Sr. 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. DiPalma 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dixon Jr 

Mr. G. S. "Stral" Donnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dorian 

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Doughton 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Durham 

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ellington 

Hon. and Mrs. William H. H. Ely 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ennis 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Errico 

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Estes 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everett, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Ewing 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank U, Fanning 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Farb 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Parish 

Mr, and Mrs. Andrew C. Farmer 

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Farmer 

Mr, and Mrs. G. Thomas Fawcett 

Mr, and Mrs. Dom Femia 

Mr. and Mrs. William V. Fidler 

Mr and Mrs. J. G. Findeisen 

Mr and Mrs. Leo Finkelstein 

Mr and Mrs. A. Graham Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett W. Fontaine 

Mrs. Thelma S. Fonvielle 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Forbes 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foreman 

Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Fort 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fortenbery 

Mrs. Thomas P. Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Fox 

Mrs. Leon S. Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Fulton 

Mrs. William Forrest Fulton 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Galloway 

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter H. Galloway 

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Galyon 

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. "Pete" Garner 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Galewood 

Mr. and Mrs. George L. George 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Gibson 

Lt, Col. and Mrs. R. E. Gidley 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gilfillan, Sr. 

Mr, and Mrs. Ralph C. Gingles, Sr. 

Col. and Mrs. Ronald J. Gleason 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Irwin Goldberg 

Capt. and Mrs. F. G. Gooding, Jr. 

Mrs. Harold M. Goodman 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gooley 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. Fjederick M. Grauer 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nathanael Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Greenfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Gregory 

Mr. and Mrs. Garland D. Gribble", Sr. 

Mr, and Mrs. Hanson P. Griffin 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Groce, Sr. 



Mr. Martin Gross 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grosswald 

Col. and Mrs. Walter E. Gunster 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Guy 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmore H. Hackney 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arlington Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Vance L. Hallman 

Mrs. Wilford E. Halsey, HI 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hamm 

Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hamrick 

Dr. and Mrs. Karl B. Hanson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ashley Hardison 

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Harell 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Reid V. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harris. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Elton Haswell 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Haywood 

Mr. and Mrs, Leon W. Haywood 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Bernard Helms 

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. "Leek" Helms 

Mrs. William Helvestine 

Mr, and Mrs. F. Doak Herndon 

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hickey 

Mr. and Mrs. Byron J. Hicks 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Higgins, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W, Hobson, Jr, 

Dr. and Mrs. Milo j. Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hollan 

Mrs, Ann Holden 

Mr. and Mrs, Howard Holderness 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hornaday, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Houser 

Mr. and Mrs. Blair Hovis 

Dr. and Mrs. Lee Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hucks 

Mr. and Mrs. Moreton R. Hughes 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Hyman 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Inderfiirth 

Mrs. Bertram M. Issacs 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jack 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Jamieson 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Jennings 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Johnson 

Mr. Glenn L. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Johnson 

Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Gordon D. Kage 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Karres 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Karro 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kattenburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Gus B. Kaufman 

Mrs. T. C. Kealon, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Keen 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kellog 

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kemic 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kiel 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Killian 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Killough 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. King 

Dr. and Mrs. George F. Kirkland, Jr. 

Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Knott 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Kroboth 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson G. Lancaster 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Langford 

Mr. and Mr. Basil G. Langston 

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lambrecht 

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Leach 

Mr. Jack Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. Dossie Lewis 

Captain and Mrs. Wellington H. Lewis 

Hon. and Mrs. F. Nelson Light 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lineberry 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Lipson 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Little 

Mr. Thomas F. Livingston 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Love 



522 Yackely Yack 



Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Lwry 

Mr. and Mrs. |. H. Lumsden 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lundquist 

Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Lung 

Mrs. Walker Lyerly, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. |ames C. MacGregor 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobert E. Maescher 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann 

Mr. John T. Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonidas Markatos 

Mr. and Mrs. Earle C. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marquette 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Marquez 

Mrs. E. Ted Malone 

Cdr. and Mrs. Charles M. Mason 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mayo 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Mays 

Mrs. Julia G. McClellan 

Mrs. Ruby R. McCormick 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Muse McCotter 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. McCoy 

Mr. and Mrs. Carol W. McCurry 

Mr. J. L. McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McKeithan. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McLean 

Mrs. Juanita McManus 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Vernon McNeill 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. McPhail 

Dr. and Mrs. Forest C. Meade 

Dr. and Mrs. William C. Mebane 

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Mees 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Merritt 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwm A. Metts. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Miller, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Millikan 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Mims, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mitenbuler 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mixon. Sr. 

Rev. and Mrs. Harry J. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moore 

Mrs. William Worsham Moore 

Mrs. Ruby H. Morehead 

Colonel and Mrs. Robert K. Morgan 

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Morrow 

Mr. and Mrs. |ames H. Morrow 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Clay Mort 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Randolph Myer 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Neely 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newsome 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank j. Newton 

Mrs. Harold E. Nicholson 

Mrs. Mildred C. Nordan 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Norvelle 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Offill 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Oghurn 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Otis 

Mrs. George J. O'Rourke 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kay Orr 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion M. Packard 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Earl Pardue 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Paschal 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Patton 

Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Peacock 

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Pell 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Perkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Perry 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Petteway 

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. Ulyses Phipher 

Mrs. Adrian E. I'ope 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Porter 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Prasse 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan F. Price, Sr. 

Mrs. Baxter Proctor 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion O. Query 

Mrs. Anne Nash Quillian 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Rainey 

Mr. and Mrs. Horace O. Raker 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Rankin 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Raper 

Dr. and Mrs. James S. Raper 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Reeves. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Requa 

Mr. A. Russell Rhoads 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Rhoden. Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Rhyne, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Richter, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Riddick, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Rierson 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Ritchie 

Mr. and Mrs. Keen A. Roadman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Crowder B. Robertson, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sawyer 

Colonel and Mrs. George C. Schmidt, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schramm 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Sessoms 

Mr. and Mrs. Macon W. Short 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sides, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Silverstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O. Simpson 

Mrs. Rachel S. Simrell 

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Slavin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Slawter 

SMSgt. and Mrs. James W. Small 



Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith 

Mrs. Ruby Y. Smith 

Dr. and Mrs. Alan J. Snider 

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Sowers 

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Spaulding, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Spencer 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Dennie Spry 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Staley 

Mrs. Sue N. Stallings 

Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey W. Stancill 

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Steinbrecher 

Dr. and Mrs. R. ). Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Stinson 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stokes 

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Stowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Stowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Strickland 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Willis Suddreth 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Swenson 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Leon Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Terres 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thrower 

Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Tienken 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Gray Tilley 

Mrs. Frank D. Tillotson 

Major and Mrs. Paul E. Timmons 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Tizotte 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Trask 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Travis 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Turner 

Mrs. Millie D. Umstead 

Mr. and Mrs. Rupert B. Vance 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Vess 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wessel, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. West 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Gray Westmoreland 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Westphal 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wharton, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Whitaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude G. White, Sr. 

Mrs. Robert S. White 

Dr. and Mrs. Dexter T. Witherington 

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Woodard, Sr, 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Woodson 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Wooten 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Worth 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Worlhington 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wright 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Yelton 

Mr. and Mrs. Ira A. Yelverton 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Young, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. George Zadjeika 

Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Zambelli 

Rear Admiral and Mrs. E. R. Zumwait, Sr. 



Commercial Patrons 



Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Company 

Town and Campus 

Robert Rollins Blazers, Inc. 

Foister's Camera Store 

WCHL 

Burger Chef of Chapel Hill 

Continental Travel Agency 



The Hub, Ltd. of Chapel Hill 

Fowler Food Store 

George L. Coxhead, C.L.U. New York Life Ins. Co. 

The Country Store 

Danziger's Old World Gift Shop 

Ledbetter-Pickard, Inc. 

Rose's Stores, Inc. 



Yackety Yack 523 



"TheYack Staff Needs Help" 



While the Editor of The Daily Tar Heel gets 180 
times a year to vent his frustrations, the Editor of 
the Yack gets only once — so this had better be 
good. 

Few people who haven't worked on a yearbook 
staff can grasp the enormity of the job. This is espe- 
cially true of this book which ranks in the top ten in 
the nation in size. But size isn't everything — a big 
book can be had with surprisingly little work if the 
staff doesn't care about the quality of the job. And 
it is even possible to get people to like it. For the av- 
erage student body (including this one) will judge 
a book after a half-hour sitting. It need not say 
anything to be well-liked. All it has to do is look 
pretty. If that is all the editor is aiming for — a book 
that "looks nice" — the satisfaction gained from 
popularity is only superficial. The job of the staff is 
to try to influence and broaden student taste, with- 
out divorcing itself from it to such an extent as to 
secure certain rejection. Enough control and 
coordination must be exercised by the editor to 
prevent chaos. Yet, the book does not belong to the 
editor and student tastes should be considered. 

More than literary and artistic merit is neces- 
sary, with a book of this kind, however. Painstak- 
ing detail is required in the compilation uf tens of 
thousands of facts and pictures. Much of this job, 
which occupies the bulk of our time, frankly could 
be more interesting. Perhaps this may be a cause of 
the difficult time we have had lately recruiting 
help. In fact, the situation reached the critical point 
this year. The 1968 Yack represents the relentless 
determination of a very small group of people. 
Twenty percent of the editor's time is spent doing 
jobs that only the editor can do — the rest is spent 
with procedural activities such as filing cards and 
pictures, scheduling photos, typing copy, indexing, 
and "dealing with the customers." Yet these tasks 
are a necessary part of the book and no one espe- 
cially wants to do them. So the editor and a hand- 
ful of assistants wind up with the lion's share. This 
is an unfortunate situation, not because we are 
lazy, but because this takes away valuable time 
which could be used at more creative pursuits. 
This has been the major factor which mandated 
the switch to a fall-delivery book for 1969. The help 
is too sparse and the time is too short. 

The total lack of interest in working on the Yack 
Staff does not reflect a lack of interest in the book 
itself, suprisingly enough. Of all the major schools 
which operate on the student activity fee system of 
financing, Carolina has the highest pickup rate of 
anywhere to our knowledge (over ninety percent). 
(Many schools get away with ordering books for as 
few as forty percent of the Student Body — and 
never run out.) When changes in format are pro- 
posed, far and wide are heard the cries of protest 
and conspiracy. So the students do value their 



books. The paradox is that there are not more peo- 
ple seriously interested in working on the staff. 

Perhaps the problem is communication. We 
know that there are scores of high-school staff 
members lurking around. Maybe they think it is 
difficult to obtain a staff position. The present edi- 
tor joined the staff as a sophomore, totally inexper- 
ienced and lacking in talent. Six months later he 
was asked to be editor because no one else wanted 
the job. Anyone who comes down to the Yack Of- 
fice more than five times quickly rises above the 
crowd. What we need desperately are not so much 
people who are willing to devote vast amounts of 
time, but people who are willing to accept respon- 
sibility. We have no use for the type who joins the 
staff merely for diversion, and who gradually 
proves to be incompetent, leaving his job half-done 
in the editor's lap the week before the deadline. 
The staff also needs typists and card and picture 
filers by the score. While we admit these chores are 
not intellectually stimulating, they must be as- 
sumed by the Student Body if we intend to have a 
yearbook. 

To my knowledge there is not a single staff mem- 
ber who would disagree with the statement that his 
or her work on the Yack has been one of the most 
rewarding things they have done while at Carolina. 
The Yack represents a vast opportunity for any in- 
terested student to express his creative, manageri- 
al, or organizational talents. The opportunities and 
contacts that result from working on the staff and 
dealing with the great number of people concerned 
with the book are almost unlimited. The Yack 
budget provides an additional plus in that we have 
the opportunity to control and spend enough 
money to make the book a real "show piece." Yet 
the staff is made up of students like you upon 
which it must rely for success. And in the end it all 
comes down to which students have enough impe- 
tus to put in some effort, in order to get something 
out of it. 

After thirty years in this dungeon in G.M. base- 
ment, the Yack will move next year to a spacious 
air-conditioned suite on the second floor of the 
Frank Porter Graham Student Union. Hopefully, 
this will contribute to a new spurt of activity and a 
new level of interest. The book has not yet reached 
the mature stage — it is still in transition. The Yack 
is still too Mickey Mouse and "yearbooky," and 
must be geared to a higher level. The copy could 
use substantial improvement. We believe, howev- 
er, that considering the small number of people we 
had to do the job and the time we had to do it in, the 
1968 Yack is the best that could be expected. The 
staff must strive in the future to present essential 
information and complete coverage, while at the 
same time to produce a work of art. To accomplish 
our goal, we need your help. 

J.T.K. 



524 Yackely Yack 



A Note from the Editor... 



In the course of putting together a book as immense as this one, an editor becomes indebted to a great many peo- 
ple. While all of these are too numerous to acknowledge here, I would like to take this opportunity to express my 
sincere appreciation to: 

All of the patrons whose generosity helped to significantly improve the quality of The Yack. 

All of the fraternities and sororoties who helped us to improve the Greek section this year. Special commendation 
should go to Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity, winner of the Yack's First Prize Award. 

Everyone who put time and effort into writing their Yack copy. You don't know what a pleasure it is to edit a book 
for people who care. 

The faculty members who were so helpful to the staff in preparing their section. 

The Publications Board and especially to Don McPhaul, Chairman of the Board, for time, consideration and 
advice. 

Lacy Reaves, Chairman of the Finance Committee, for help with the Yack's financial problems. 

Dwight Allen, Harry Grier, Lloydette Humphrey, Ann Lashley, Bucky Layton, Don McPhaul, Dr. H. Douglas Ses- 
soms, Dave Strickler, and especially to Carol Smith for serving on the Yack Queen Selection Committee. 

Barbara Barrett, Jim Edwards, Scott Goodfellow, Fred Hamlet, Chase Saunders, Ramona Taylor and Ben White 
for serving on the Frank Porter Graham Awards Committee, and to Assistant Dean of Men Richard Baddour for his 
help with the awards. 

Doug Anderson and the Chapel Hill Flying Club for the use of their plane for aerial photography. 
Gene Wang, Lytt Stamps and The Daily Tar Heel for help with publicity. 

Archie Copeland, Doug Anderson and Buddy Heckenbleikner of G. M. Print Shop for their prompt attention to 
our endless problems. 

Mrs. Frances Sparrow and the staff of the Student Activities Fund Office for processing our 2,974 requisitions, 
checks, collections, bills and transfers with loving care, relative efficiency and total exhaustion. 

Frank Longest, Jr., for assistance with the Yack's legal problems. 

Clark Egeler, Jr., my predecessor, for the great amount of time he spent preparing me for this awesome job. 

The Sports Information Office for assistance in preparing the Athletic Section, and also to all of the athletic 
coaches who gave us their time. 

All of my photographers, who took hundreds of assignments at the most improbable times and places, often on 
short notice; and especially to Harry Grier and Charlie Twine for their fantastic 4X5 frat pictures. 

The pledge class of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity for help with the index. 

Murray Bartelstone of Rappoport Studios, Inc. for his efficient service and cooperation with the staff. 

Messrs. Phil Orman, Fred Roger and Mac Upshaw, among many other people at Taylor Publishing Company, 
who have endeavored to make the '68 Yackety Yack the finest possible publication. Their help has been instru- 
mental to our success. 

Last but certainly not least to my entire staff, what little there was of it, for their hard work and dedication to the 
cause, in spite of innumerable obstacles. 



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Yackety > ack 525 



tirtc gacfeetp iacfe 

SIXTY-EIGHTH EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Jeffery Thomas Kuesel Editor-in-Chief 

Buxton Lawn Layton III Managing Editor 

Gregg Miller Dearth Associate Editor 

Sam Anthony Caltagirone Layout and Design Editor 

Joseph Francis Gatins Literary Editor 

Fllmer Wayne Sexton Business Manager 



THE STAFK 

Barbara Anthony Bill Lee 

Janet Bealer Pat LePors 

Thurston Cobb Susan Miller 

Glenn Datnoff Terry Scott 

Beth Douglas Carol Smith 

Frank Holyfield Fredel Thompson 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Steve Adams Tom Thurston 

Barry Armour Charles Twine 

Al D'Ossche Tim Smith 

Harry Grier Gene Wang 

Mike McGowan Royce Rhodes 

PUBLICATIONS BOARD 

The University of North Carolina 

Donald Martin McPhaul, Chairman 

Joyce Leigh Davis Douglas Willans Morgan 

Clark Raymond Egeler, Jr. Lacy Hill Reaves 

Alexander Scott Goodfellow Hugh Holliday Saxon 

Betty Jean Landrum Kenneth George Starling 

James Edward Littlefield, Ph.D., Advisor 



It is a simple statement to 
say that great ambitions are 
seldom realized. When we 
started the 1968 Yackety Yack 
nearly a year ago, we hoped not 
only to chronicle the year's 
events, but to make this book 
express and represent the en- 
tire spirit of the University. 
Between these covers the in- 
tent reader may glimpse our 
efforts, for we have tried to say 
many things. 

Hindsight reveals much that 
we would wish improved, and 
it is perhaps unfortunate that 
we will never be satisfied. None- 
theless, when this book is de- 
livered to the Student Body we 
will all sense a great deal of 
pride in what we have accom- 
plished. We only ask that you 
accept this book as a total at- 
tempt to serve the students and 
the University. If we have over- 
looked some things, and if we 
have been too concerned with 
others, it is by no means inten- 
tional. We dedicated ourselves 
to do the best. Forty years from 
now when you or one of your 
children come across a dusty 
volume, we believe our ambi- 
tions will have been realized. 




SPECIFICATIONS 



The 1968 edition of THE YACKETY YACK was printed by 
the offset lithography process by the Taylor Publishing Company, 
Dallas, Texas. The basic portion of the book is printed on 80-pound 
Warren's Patina lithographic paper. Color sections, including the 
entire introduction, are printed on 80-pound Warren's Cameo Bril- 
liant Dull. The senior section is done with 80-pound Hammermill's 
Homespun Offset Text-Weight paper. The endsheets were blind 
embossed on a Sheridan press by Taylor. They are 65-pound An- 
dora Indigo, cover-weight. All color was hand separated by Taylor 
from transparencies, primarily 2V4 X 2Vi format. The predominant 
blue ink is PMS 296. Initial black-and-white pages in the introduc- 
tion are done in Taylor's 283 process duotone black. The halfbound 
cover is 160 pt. chestnut board, manufactured by Kingsport Press,- 
Inc, Kingsport, Tennessee. Materials used are Natural Finish 
Buckram 47410 and 491 Fabrikoid. The binding was done by Tay- 
lor. The basic type font is Melior, composed photographically by 
the Intertype Fototronic Computer. Cutlines are done in Futura 
Oblique. Portrait photography was done by Rappoport Studios, 
New York. Press run was 12,500 copies. 



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Dallas, Texas 



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